Reminder: Design a Joystiq T-shirt and win a console with games!

Justin McElroy
J. McElroy|09.01.11

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Justin McElroy
September 1st, 2011
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Reminder: Design a Joystiq T-shirt and win a console with games!
We're sure you're already feverishly working on your T-shirt designs for Joystiq; we just wanted to remind you that you've only got until Sunday to submit yours. One winner is going to get their T-shirt made by Joystiq and get a console of their choice with five randomly selected games, so get to designing. Complete rules and submission guidelines are after the break.

Just a note: Don't feel like you have to prominently feature our logo. As our boy Petey M. demonstrates, our last winner had a really cool image with the Joystiq name just sort of lovingly placed at the side. Good luck!

(Update: Technically, the winner of our T-shirt contest in 2006 was Mr. Philip Palermo. Here's his great shirt.)

To enter for your chance to win:
  • Send your T-shirt design (no more than four colors, not including background) to tshirtcontest@joystiq.com. High res jpegs or links to high-res jpegs are preferred.
  • You must be 18 years or older and a resident of the US.
  • Limit 1 entry per person.
  • This entry period ends at 12:00PM ET Sunday, Sept. 4.
  • By Sept. 11, Joystiq editors will (with the input of readers) select a winning design. Winner will received their choice of a PS3, 360 or Wii plus five randomly selected games for that system (ARV: $550).
  • Designs must be completely original.
  • For a list of complete rules, click here.
Suggestions:
  • You probably wanna incorporate our logo, which you can download here.
  • Don't rely too much on Joystiq in-jokes. We want something everyone will be able to enjoy, and something you'd be willing to wear in public. And by "you," we mean "your cooler cousin from the big city."
  • No slogans, let your images do the talking.
  • Get creative: Don't remix something you saw on Threadless a month ago. Be bold!
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