Here's another reason to take out all your arts and crafts supplies! Our latest rumble will challenge your designing and Do-It-Yourself skills. Create your own La Sardina Dress design get a chance for your design to be selected as one of the next La Sardina Dresses!
Our humble La Sardina DIY Camera is, once again, a willing model for all your artistic creations. This time we’d like you to design your own La Sardina Dress using this template .
Winning designs will get a chance to earn a whopping 250 Piggy Points and get their prints to be part of the next batch of La Sardina Dresses !
Here’s what to do:
1. Download the template
2. Start designing!
3. Scan and submit your designs to this competition post.
4. Share your designs on social media – Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter.
5. Support other Lomographers and ‘Like’ your favorite designs!
After the competition date closes, the top 30 entries with most likes at Lomography.com will advance to the final selection.
After selecting the top 30 entries, we will open another voting round on our Facebook page. Votes from Lomography.com will carry over to the final tally together with the Facebook votes.
The entry with the most likes will get a guaranteed 250 Piggies and get his/her design printed.
Any other designs we pick from the top 30 will also get the 250 piggies and get their designs printed.
Some friendly reminders:
Please use your OWN design – if you use or alter someone else’s artwork to incorporate in your design, you will be disqualified.
We are only looking for graphical and artistic entries – no photo based designs, please!
By submitting to this competition, you allow Lomography.com to use your entries for sales and promotional purposes for this project.
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