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RedBubble has teamed up with Demo Stores (UK) once again to host this awesome competition. This time the theme is "Music Machines", in whatever interpretation you have of that term. Finalists are selected by the public and the winners chosen by the Demo crew, to showcase the winning tees in their London storefront (as well as buy up a bunch of stock to sell!)...
Competition is always fierce and there are some amazing designs put forward. I've created a tee in my usual style. I wanted to create a heart (of the anatomical variety) using various musical instruments - and some vintage victorian floral vignettes for good measure. Music notes (vintage sheet music) flows out of the 'valves', and my good old flying records are buzzing around. I loved this vintage holy icon and just had to include it.
I try to always design something that I would actually wear myself - rather than conform to popular styles. This design is very unusual to the styles put forward for these competitions and is more appealing to women than men I should suspect.
If you think it looks pretty darn good then head over to RedBubble and give me a vote, you'll have to sign up if you're not a member already, but it doesn't take long. Besides, you can upload you own artworks and t-shirt designs to sell as well!
Now, for those of you with a design background, you may have heard of a bloke by the name of Stefan Sagmeister. He's teamed up with RB in their next amazing competition Happy.
Don't miss this one if you know what's good for you...