Challenge by unPAC
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art > MONEY: Design to Define a Movement

art > MONEY: Design to Define a Movement

Channel your inner Shepard Fairey to create an iconic image that confronts the role of big money in politics and inspires political action.

The Specifics

The jury selected winner is Monopolistic. The top-voted submission is A Chance to Fix Campaign Finance Reform, and the two runners-up are Money Comes with Strings Attached and Good Money Gone Bad.

Big money is playing an increasingly large role in our democracy. In the first election since the Supreme Court decided corporations can contribute unlimited funds to influence elections, we’re witnessing an unprecedented flood of unrestricted and undisclosed funds into the political process, effectively drowning our democracy in six and seven-figure checks from billionaires, corporations, and special interests. People are starting to notice something’s up – but they’re feeling powerless to stop it.

We are part of a growing group of organizations who have banded together to break free of the corrupt stranglehold that lobbyists and super PACS have imposed on our democracy, and we want to take action. We believe that creativity and people can undo the corrupting influence of money in politics and restore the voice of the people – but we need to spread this message widely and inspire people to take action.

What better way than through art?

That’s where you come in. We are calling all artists, activists, designers, and creative-types to lend your talents to make an iconic image that can both inform and inspire the public around this issue. Your image will be our rallying cry for those 83% of Americans who believe there is too much money in politics – so that the next time a Presidential election rolls around, our votes count just as much as they’re supposed to.

The tone is up to you, but we suggest thinking leaning toward images that are people-focused and direct. It should be reproducible across multiple mediums (online, poster, etc.) and should include a succinct written message. This could be something as simple as 2008’s ‘Hope’ poster or a bit more direct like ‘Join or Die’ (American Revolution) or ‘We can do it!’ (WWII). We want your image to become the iconic symbol of this movement, uniting getting-money-out-of-politics activists and rallying your brothers and sisters to action.

To spark your imagination, click here to view some effective political images throughout history.

The Prizes
There are four cash prizes up for grabs, a $1,000 award for the People’s Choice for best iconic image, and two $500 runner-up prizes for 2nd and 3rd place (so please come back to share your image and ask your friends to vote for you!). A second jury award of $3,000 will be hand-picked by our exciting panel of experts in this field, including:

  • Shepard Fairey, the man behind the 2008 Obama HOPE poster
  • Jesse Dylan, who gave us the ‘Yes We Can’ music video starring will.i.am
  • Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School, author of “Republic Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress — and a Plan to Stop It,” and founder of Rootstrikers
  • Annie Leonard, Creator and narrator for The Story of Stuff project on the life-cycle of consumer goods, on-going sustainability activist

Once selected, the winning artwork will be featured on the streets of selected cities. It will also be displayed prominently throughout the internet by the coalition of organizations that are producing this competition.

How to Enter
Submit your artwork from September 21 to October 11 (noon Pacific Time). Our judges will select which applicants will pass to the voting round. From October 12 to October 22, we’ll open it up to public voting. Rally your friends to get behind your effort and be a part of making history around this important issue.

Submission tips:

  • Create an iconic image that best represents this issue. Images should be in JPG, PNG, or GIF format, at least 570 × 345 pixels and no larger than 10MB.
  • Write 2-5 sentences that describes the inspiration behind your work and why you think it could be an effective motivator for individuals to unite behind this cause.
  • Be sure to include a short and simple message within your work that could serve as a rally call for this movement.
  • If you have any questions, please review these FAQs or send us an email at maker@goodinc.com.

Produced by:
Weston Milliken
unPAC
The Gill Foundation
People for the American Way
Fund for the Republic

In partnership with:
Backbone Campaign, Big New Ideas, Brennan Center for Justice, Citizen Action of New York, Center for Community Change, Courage Campaign, Feministing, GAFFTA, Liberty Hill, Loud Sauce, National Peoples’ Action, No Longer Empty, Occupy Design, Pandagon, PolicyMic, Progressive USA, Protect our Democracy, Raw Story, Rebuild The Dream, Rootstrikers,The Canary Project, The Story of Stuff Project, United Republic, Vote Mob, Yes Yes No Interactive Projects

If your organization is interested in supporting this challenge, please email lila@unpac.org.

Rules & Regulations

  • This Challenge is open for submissions from September 21 to October 11 (noon Pacific Time).
  • Only US-based individuals are eligible to enter. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
  • There is a limit of one application per participant.
  • Artwork will be featured on this page and public voting will be open from October 12 to October 22 (noon Pacific Time).
  • The artwork with the most votes will receive a $1,000 award for their submission. The artwork with the second and third most votes will receive $500.
  • The top artwork as selected by the judges will be award $3,000 and have their work displayed prominently throughout the internet by our partner organizations on October 29.
  • In order to vote, log in with your GOOD account. If you don’t have a GOOD account, it’s free to join. All you need is an email address or a Facebook account to register. You will be emailed a link that you need to click in order to validate your address.
  • Read all the rules.

Discussion
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thanks to cesarmaxit for sending his work!! check out the blog and send yours >>> http://artmoneyrejects.tumblr.com/

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

I hope everyone who submits prints and shares their designs ... on virtual walls, on physical walls, on any space really... the manifestation of all this great energy should continue on living, existing, and finding the public it was designed for.

by iroiro
about 2 years ago | Reply

Let's continue after this contest to bring awareness and spread the word to inspire all citizens to fight against the excessive monies in our political world!

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

Let's continue after this contest to bring awareness and spread the word to inspire all citizens to fight against the excessive monies in our political world!

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

agreed!!! i made this tumblr so we could post ours and each others too! http://artmoneyrejects.tumblr.com/

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

That's great- I love when we can work together to really make a difference!

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

Could not agree more!

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

Congrats to the winner but I gotta hate on it tho/I feel like my design was way better and I worked real hard on it/wah all I can do is be bitter I guess but watever...

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

Don't be discouraged- I tend to agree that there were original designs that did not come through and were not heard in this venue that followed the rules as they were written. Monopoly is certainly an idea based on an idea so I understand your frustration, especially considering the trademark laws. Nevertheless., I think all the submissions were worthy of projecting an idea. that can inspire a movement. The fact that this contest was available is huge-and we can use our ideas in other ways to promote awareness and make a true change. Let's all continue to express ourselves in a positive way. Congratulations to landonwix, and to all the artists who submitted a design. The arts are our voice and we must continue to use our voices especially when we are combatting such a major political problem in this nation.

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

WOW

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

Congratulations landonmix! :)

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thank you to everyone who supported my design "People Vote! $$$ Don't! Fight Big Money!". I'm excited about participating in this very important competition. Good luck to all the designers. The best part is that this competition is but the beginning of raising awareness and making change happen on this critical issue!

by denise.dalton3
about 2 years ago | Reply

Many thanks to all the artists who submitted designs on this very important issue, and to all those who took part in the voting process. A special thanks to all who supported my design. It has been an honor to express my voice on this important issue which we have been combatting for such a long time, and now has grown to be an even greater concern. Good luck! Thomas Jefferson said, “I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” Let’s hope we can effectively make a positive change!

by horatio2
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thanks so much to everyone who voted for me, and thanks for all the other designs, great job guys!!

by sebthieme.com
about 2 years ago | Reply

Great insights

by rui123456
about 2 years ago | Reply

:) great!

by jennifer1234
about 2 years ago | Reply

http://artmoney.maker.good.is/projects/PLEDGE

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hope even though I'm number 40 I still get looked at for ORIGINALITY ... keep hope alive!!!!! One love!!!

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

SO....CLICK....... VOTE FOR MY DESiGN..... SuPPoRT THE MESSage!!!!

http://artmoney.maker.good.is/projects/PLEDGE

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

but guys if you care about this issue..... SEND YA WORK!!!! http://artmoneyrejects.tumblr.com/ mine's the only one there and its awk

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

I am a little disappointed in the style of the majority of the entries we were given to vote on. Most are good poster art, but are too busy and complicated to be the face of a movement. Most citizens are not politically savvy, and the low-information voter will ignore a message which is not simple and clear, unambiguous and easily understood. To be effective, less is more. You have seconds to garner someone's attention, the average American will not try to decipher a complicated message. Most of these entries were cartoonish, requiring pulling the text out of the image and connecting the two. Ask Madison Ave how effective that concept is. Think T-shirt logo here. Who are we trying to reach??? Preaching to the choir with sophisticated messages will not grow a movement...

by poltyrgyst
about 2 years ago | Reply

I agree. An iconic image should hit you right in the gut from the highest to lowest levels of intelligentsia.

Our entry had one word alongside its image. "RESET."

by dioxen
about 2 years ago | Reply

These idiots didn't want Art, they wanted propaganda. And that is what they got. It's like many different versions of bad advertising that preach solely to their own choir. No one outside of their mindset is going to be influenced one iota by this garbage and many accomplished artists are never going to bother to waste any time creating anything for this group of hacks again.

by jdolde1970s
about 2 years ago | Reply

I agree with you that most entries are not iconic and simple enough. Since the art/design contest was open to anyone in the US, there are many entries from people without any art or design experience, but they are nonetheless passionate about the topic, as shown by their entries. In a number of cases, there are great concepts, but the execution is greatly lacking. That is why there is separate judging - the public vote & the judging panel's vote. Much like our presidential election with the popular vote & the electoral vote - and the two many times have different results!

by denise.dalton3
about 2 years ago | Reply

Have you looked at "Liberty Blinded"?

by Rocco Marotta
about 2 years ago | Reply

http://artmoneyrejects.tumblr.com/ <<< Send your work! According to my math, we have 250+ rejected posters already stored on our hard drives. So umm what the heck let's do something with them.

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

Nice work :)

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

thanks! send me your entry and i'll post it!!!!

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

Graham sale is one of the best, most incisive political cartoonists working today.

by babalu
about 2 years ago | Reply

If you havnt voted please support my design/it's just right :) thanks!!!!

http://artmoney.maker.good.is/projects/PLEDGE

by SkriptONE
about 2 years ago | Reply

Of the designs that were displayed, most were way too busy and the text not succinct enough for an iconic logo. My eyes became blurred long before I got to the end of the list, so, there may have been some real gems at the bottom. I'll go back and check the rest, but, I voted for the only one that met my criteria for a well designed logo in the fifty or so that I examined.

by irrefudiate
about 2 years ago | Reply

I appreciate very much what you are saying here. When I worked on my design for this contest, I focused on trying tomeet the contest goals and to keep it clean, simple and impactful in an instant among first glance by most Americans. You may or may not have voted for my design, but I want you to know I am grateful for the criteria you used in judging and casting your vote. Thanks!

by denise.dalton3
about 2 years ago | Reply

I'm really disappointed with how this competition was run. Seriously - behind-the-scenes judges should not have been involved in the opening voting round, period. Let the cream rise and then have the judges take it from there, like a spokes model.

Am I bitter? Maybe a little - my collective put together what we felt was a pretty top-notch piece and it didn't even make it into voting. I appreciate the energy behind this contest, but it has not been managed fairly.

Whatever - the competition was just icing on the cake. We'll wheat paste our image around DC, regardless.

by dioxen
about 2 years ago | Reply

I feel the same way... and especially the way applicants can get their facebook/twitter circles involved in the voting, it seems like a real missed opportunity in terms of getting the word out by listing less than half the entries. This contest may be wack but the cause is still so important... I think it's great you're going to post your piece around anyway. Maybe all of us who didn't make it upload our posters onto a flickr stream and disseminate lots of them around our respective areas. I just hate the idea of having put in so much work on this project to have zero impact in terms of the message

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago | Reply

I'm down for that. Let's set up a resource for dissemination.

by dioxen
about 2 years ago | Reply

I'm down for that. Let's set up a resource for dissemination.

by dioxen
about 2 years ago | Reply

Should I post it a third time just to round things out?

by dioxen
about 2 years ago | Reply

does anyone know the right type of website to do something like this on? i was looking at flickr and wasn't sure if that was the best option because it seems like the intent is more to upload a single person's body of work. actually now im thinking a tumblr would work

is there anyone on here who would be interested in this kind of thing? as in uploading various (high res) rejected submissions somewhere so that we could still spread a bunch of them around all the places we live. it seems a waste to have made 250+ posters without anyone seeing them

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago

http://artmoneyrejects.tumblr.com/ <<< Done and done. If you want to be an admin (or whatever the tumblr equivalent is) let me know.

by brennamorrissey
about 2 years ago

we need a design that reflects "new progressivism" and harkens back to Roosevelt.

by josh.goldstein.5494
about 2 years ago | Reply

The contest is created to help to restore the democracy, but its conditions are not democratic at all. The problem addressed is worldwide, so why "Only US-based individuals are eligible to enter"? Moreover, why not all artworks are accepted for voting (even those from US)? I'm disappointed in contest and in Shepard's so called "worldwide" propaganda...

by oranged
about 2 years ago | Reply

Shepard isnt affiliated with this contest, he is only a judge on the panel. The reason only US individuals are eligible to enter is due to prize laws and the reason some works were not accepted is because they didnt fulfill the requirements of what the competition was looking for. No one here is entitled to anything...

by Louis Rolmen
about 2 years ago | Reply

Half right, half wrong. You must be a politician. Prize laws yes, submissions not included because they didn't follow the rules, no. Many did everything correct but powers behind the scenes decided who the judges would be looking at. Considering their legal text allowed for up to 500 entries to be voted on by the public and judges they only allowed roughly 1/3rd of those submitted to get to the voting round.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

It's really difficult to choose which one to vote for! There are so many 5-minute plagiarized hack jobs to choose from!

by peterclark
about 2 years ago | Reply

yea some of these look like they were literally done in 30 seconds with no effort or thought behind them

by ishthefish
about 2 years ago | Reply

#39 is not hacked or plagiarized. It is an artist's original

by lippylulu
about 2 years ago | Reply

Yeah, being the first to submit a hand made, raw material art piece and then only seeing two or three others was disheartening. Not making the cut sucked more because I can work clip art and photoshop too. I guess I missed the point of the assignment.

It is a bit ironic that the contest is to help get peoples voices heard but yet over half of the people who entered never made it to the voting round. We couldn't even get heard here.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

The ART world is very competitive.....so try harder- maybe submit a few different designs next time- and give respect where respect is due, congrats to the ppl that made it to the voting round.

by phil.wells.988
about 2 years ago | Reply

Phil, you were limited to one entry. Yes, competition is the name of the game. However some people were more interested in having their art reviewed by shepard fairey. Winning would be nice but not the goal, being in the game was. As far as "respect where respect is due" dude, some of these just flat out suck, ive seen better finger paintings. Art is subjective but a 2 min photochop is bull.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago

I 100% agree with chad. No disrespect to the other entries but some of these are a joke. It has nothing to do with trying harder when more than 2/3 of the submissions look like clip art from Microsoft Word 98... I understand the frustration of those who actually spent time on their work and put effort into it.

by ishthefish
about 2 years ago

The "art world?" This isn't the MOMA (thank god), it's a people's competition. Initial voting should be left up to the public, not a few people behind a server.

Would have made a lot more sense to put all the entries up and have people vote for their top 3, then the judges could take it from there.

by dioxen
about 2 years ago

The propaganda market is even more competitive, especially when you don't have big screaming fonts on every piece. This 'competition' was a joke. All I see is a bunch of failed graphic designers at best and no true art.

by jdolde1970s
about 2 years ago

agree. not even half of the people entered never made it to the voting round. 125 entries out of 400 entries were chosen "best". so much for democracy.

by ashley.d.moon
about 2 years ago | Reply

I am very disappointed in this contest.

by ashley.d.moon
about 2 years ago | Reply

I don't really understand how and why they are numbered the way they are. Do the submissions come up the same way every time. If so that doesn't really seem right.

by edsaiddead
about 2 years ago | Reply

are you guys still reviewing submissions? i submitted mine before the deadline and still don't see it posted. will all submissions that were submitted before the deadline be reviewed or was there just some kind of cutoff time where u just stopped? i see im not the only one with the same question. thanks.

by al3angeles27
about 2 years ago | Reply

WTF - my entry is not there. It followed all the rules. Please explain.

BTW - you have two #8's. Entry #69 shows as 8. That could be an issue later.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

My entry has disappeared again. Last time it was a "glitch", what could it be now? Frustrating but hopefully it will be sorted in time.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

I summited one ...didn't here anything or any reason on why it might not have been appoved?..then last minute yesterday..submitted another one..Heard nothing on that one? Whats up with that..do you only notify the ones your approve...so if submit some thing on day one..you cant find out anything during or after the contest closes..or ends...Hummm...interesting concept.
...RM

by Yellowdogdemdame
about 2 years ago | Reply

I still havn't heard anything..I have sent an email..to the link provided to someone elses post..would like to hear something...

by Yellowdogdemdame
about 2 years ago | Reply

I rec another generated email..with another link.....Oh Well..another dead end..talk about power and money..Whew!

by Yellowdogdemdame
about 2 years ago | Reply

I know you guys are hard at work but I just wanted to check on the status of my submittal. It was made about 10:30 pm last night. Hope to hear from you soon.

by _DAYS
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hello, I submitted my work and received a conformation email but still do not see my work online?
Is this correct? I wanted to make sure my work was received.

Thank you.

by ashley.a
about 2 years ago | Reply

Every time I try and submit my artwork it tells me "Media can't be blank. Please upload an image" even though I have chosen a file to upload and never get a preview. Any suggestions?

by InVisible
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi, I'm so sorry to hear you're having trouble uploading your image. Please email maker@goodinc.com, and they should be better able to provide you more specific tech support for your entry.

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

I had problems with my first attempt at submitting my ENTIRE image (count Votes not Money). I attempted it successfully the second time and listed it as"Count Votes". Later, I saw that you only accept one entry per person. I don't know how this affects my entry but iIF YOU ACCEPT ANY , I would prefer you consider the second attempt ( Count Votes) about 4:30 EST, October 10.

Thanx,
G.L. Freeman

by G. L. Freeman
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi G.L., thank you for reaching out. We're looking into this and will be in touch soon with any questions.

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thanks for the opportunity! I , too, am not sure if what /if I submitted was only a cropped portion of my image and am hoping to try another download with the cropping hints I'm seeing in the discussion...and to have the 2nd attempt be considered my final (and only) submission. (Not even sure if I had a submission go through on my try a few hours ago.) I know it's getting close to the deadline and folks are beating a path through. : )- Jen Rombach

by jrombach97206
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi Jen, it does appear that your image is appearing cropped on our submissions approval page. Please do try to troubleshoot using borders around the left and right side of your image and resubmit. You can email lila@unpac.org if you're still having difficulties. Thanks again!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hello, I am Zachary Rowe. I have also experienced problems submitting my design. I went through the entire process but my submission will not show up on the submissions page.

by zacharyjrowe
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi Zachary, I see that your image in the queue for the approvals process so you should be all set. Thanks!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

I am trying to submit a vertical image, and the submission form is attempting to force me to crop it to a horizontal image--is there anything I can do about this? The rules didn't say it had to be horizontal.

by wadair
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hello, I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble. The best solution we've found is to add a white border on either side of the image so that it is wider than it is tall. This should combat any trouble you're having around the cropping of your work. Please email lila@unpac.org if you're still having difficulties. Thank you!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

Got it, thanks, Meg. Just submitted and it's not yet showing up, but I'm guessing there's just a backlog of entries?

by wadair
about 2 years ago | Reply

Yes, unfortunately there is a bit of a backup in the approvals process at the moment with many entrants coming in under the wire. I can confirm, however, that your entry is in our queue. We'll be in touch if we have any questions. Thank you again!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago

My entry was approved and listed last week. Since Friday, it is no longer listed. Any ideas or help? The title was called Together, we can do this.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi Chad, we're looking into this and you should be hearing from the team shortly.

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thank you Meg_Purpose. Had assistance from Lila as well and the art is back up. Thank you once again :)

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

When the submissions are judged will they be judged at the resolutions that they were uploaded at? Because I uploaded a tiny version to fit make.good.is's windows.

by andrew.colunga
about 2 years ago | Reply

I posted my submission 10 hours ago and it still doesn't appear. How long does it take?

by pwc27572757
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hello, the submissions must be manually reviewed and checked against the Contest Rules. As we get more and more entries, this process can be delayed. Once approved, your work will appear on the project page (where I believe yours now is). Cheers.

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

The solution is to add a black border so that your art is wider than it is tall. That was the given workaround. It worked.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

Cropping issues as well.

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

I sent an email to the listed person. I also opened a help ticket. Greg, did you ever get a response or a way around the uploader cropping the image despite the size you make your file?

by chad.simer
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi Chad, I'm sorry to hear you've been having cropping issues. We've been recommending people add a white border on either side of the image so that it is wider than it is tall. This should combat any trouble you're having. Please email lila@unpac.org if you're still having difficulties Thank you!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

I've been trying to e-mail a question regarding the cropping tool on the art>MONEY design submission site, but your server rejects it. How do I get an answer to this question?

by Greg Crawford
about 2 years ago | Reply

Hi Greg, I'm sorry about the image issues you've had - Please email lila@unpac.org if you're still have trouble. Thanks!

by meg_purpose
about 2 years ago | Reply

I am an Australian. I am going to try to enter. Not concerned about the money. PLEASE ADD AN INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY WITH NO MONEY PRIZE!

by markalanrussell
about 2 years ago | Reply

But if you restrict this with a reason that is based on money mathers, that is a little crooked in my eyes!
I even want to join the competition without money at stake, even better that way!

by floris.vercauteren
about 2 years ago | Reply

Same here! (Holland) , U.S.A is (globaly) very influential in many ways. It is with websites like this that we can realy start a different movement if you allow not US citizens. But if you restrict this with a money reason that is a little crooked in my eyes!

by floris.vercauteren
about 2 years ago | Reply

Same here! (Holland) , U.S.A is (globaly) very influential in many ways. It is with websites like this that we can realy start a different movement if you allow not US citizens.

by floris.vercauteren
about 2 years ago | Reply

I agree phil4. However due to the cash prize involved, we're bound by sweepstakes law to keep this US only. If you'd like to share your image for consideration for use by participation organizations (but not in the competition) email lila@unpac.org.

by mpalevsky36
about 2 years ago | Reply

Are those dimensions (570 × 345) acceptable in a tall portrait format or is there a need to have the work landscape?

by andrew.colunga
about 2 years ago | Reply

I really feel this message is a worldwide one and would like to submit my idea, I'm a UK based designer why is this limited to the US only? Checkout - http://yourplanetneedsyou.org

by phil4
about 2 years ago | Reply

Why can only American citizens join this competition? I made a design specialy GOOD.. ?

by floris.vercauteren
about 2 years ago | Reply

Great Idea!

by bon-art@comcast.net
about 2 years ago | Reply

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$3,000 for Jury Winner and $1,000 for Top Voted
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Submission Began
Friday, September 21

Submission Ended
Thursday, October 11
at 12:00 PM PDT

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Voting Began
Friday, October 12

Voting Ended
Monday, October 22
at 12:00 PM PDT

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Monopolistic
Monopolistic

Winner Announced
Tuesday, October 23

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