This competition is a general one, we want to find new work that could be used on any number of products. What's great about these competitions is finding undiscovered gems, we love the opportunity to put out products by up and coming illustrators or even people who just do it as a hobby. You can submit square, portrait or landscape artwork, we ask that you don't superimpose designs on to blank products; we'll use our imaginations and find the most appropriate product for the design.
Ohh Deer is stocked by the likes of Paperchase, Scribbler, Selfridges, Fenwicks, Scribbler, Waterstones, Tate, ASOS, Foyles, Papersource and many more. If you win the competition you could very well find that your work will go on to be stocked by any number of the above names.
We aim to pick one winner from the submitted work, but it could be more. If your work is selected to join our range you will receive 20% of the profit from sales.
Your products will be put to the test in the public realm, the most popular uploads (most shared, liked, pinned and tweeted about) will rise to the top of this page allowing for more exposure. We will pick our winner based on the range we think will best suit our audience and fit into our shop – when I say fit in, I don't mean look the same as other things we do. It needs to feel right within our collection, we're not looking to add lookalike products to the mix, we want someone who brings something fresh to the table. Artwork: You retain all rights to any submitted work.
Your uploads must be Jpegs and the following sizes:
750 pixels by 529 pixels portrait option
529 pixels by 750 pixels landscape option
529 pixels by 529 pixels square option
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