Are you a creative person with a passion for fashion and design? Are you brave enough to share your wildest and craziest ideas with the world? Do you consider a T-shirt to be more than just a mere piece of clothing, but rather a design element for showcasing your attitudes and convictions? If the description matches your profile, then Positivus Festival and the music-loving Swedish retail-clothing company H&M wold like to invite you to enter their official Positivus T-shirt design contest. The submitted design samples will be evaluated by renowned Latvian fashion icons as well as the festival organisers. Anyone with an invested interest, including the festival visitors, will also be able to register their opinions.
The contest-winning design will grace the official Positivus 2015 T-shirt collection, which will be on sale both before and during the festival. Each winner will also receive two festival VIP invitations, a special backstage tour and EUR 100,00 H&M gift cards.
The T-shirt designs will be judged by the Benji Knewman magazine publisher and editor Agnese Kleina, well-known stylist Jūlija Verbicka, blogger and photographer Aleksandra Rosa, H&M PR and Showroom manager Sanita Kalniņa as well as Positivus Festival organiser Ģirts Majors.
“A T-shirt is an instrument as ordinary as a pencil. But once fallen into the right hands, it can be used for creating and disseminating long-anticipated society-oriented messages. Today, these individuals hold the power to influence the future and the festival is only the beginning,” outlines the popular blogger and style icon Agnese Kleina, encouraging enthusiasts to submit their designs.
In order to participate, send your T-shirt design with the Positivus Festival logo or name to firstname.lastname@example.org until April 1st. All authors must comply with the technical requirements - the maximum design space cannot exceed the A3 format, with a limit of six colours per design. The logo can be donwloaded >>here<<. The T-shirts will be printed using the screen printing technique.
The jury’s picks will be open to public vote until April 15, after which the jury will announce the contest winners.
The ninth Positivus Festival will take place from July 17th - 19th in Salacgrīva, Latvia. Five stages will host renowned global artists such as Robert Plant, Placebo, Kasabian, and others, including many new and up-and-coming acts. The festival programme is set to be updated.
Tickets are available at www.positivusfestival.com, in all Biļešu Serviss box offices and Nordea ATM’s (in Latvia only). A Positivus Festival 3 day ticket without camping costs EUR 65,00 and a 3 day ticket with camping costs EUR 71,00. One day tickets are now also for sale for EUR 35.