Entries close Midnight this Friday 21 November 2008 Do you want to get your off the wall designs onto the wall?Hankering for an easy $5000? The Flash Photobition Digital Wallpaper Design Competition is asking designers, artists and architects to create Australia’s best digital wallpaper design. Entries are open now and close Friday 21st November 2008. To […]
November 21st, 2008
Entries close Midnight this Friday 21 November 2008
Do you want to get your off the wall designs onto the wall?
Hankering for an easy $5000?
The Flash Photobition Digital Wallpaper Design Competition is asking designers, artists and architects to create Australia’s best digital wallpaper design. Entries are open now and close Friday 21st November 2008.
To enter go to flash.com.au/wallpaper, fill out the online entry form and upload your digital wallpaper file. High resolution scans of manullay drawn designs will also be accepted. Designs must join side to side and top to bottom, making a repetitive pattern.
The winner will receive $5,000, as well as a roll of their own Flash Photobition Custom Wallpaper printed, as will the runners up. There will also be an online vote for the People’s Choice Award.
Also see Terms and Conditions at flash.com.au/wallpaper
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