02 October 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Pampling’s Rock N Roll Pictionary

Rock N Roll Pictionary by Gamma-Ray ought to catch the eye of most music fans. Relatively simple, sparsely detailed drawings and silhouettes illustrate the names of 15 major music acts, keeping the icons united both through style and a primarily black color palette.  The band names are extremely well-chosen, as all can be distilled into imagery very clearly and are also such iconic groups in music that even the most casual music listener has heard of most (if not all). I like the way white and red ink are used, it’s a subtle addition that is necessary to the names of only two groups, but is made to function as an active element that moves the eye in other places with some light splattering and use of doodled stars and lightning bolts. This is the kind of shirt that works really well as a conversation piece, and I think it’ll be popular with a wide audience of people.

Pampling has two options for winners of their contest. XPress winners earn 1 euro per shirt sold, with a minimum of 100 euros guaranteed. If the design sells well, designers may have the option of earning 500 euros to give Pampling the exclusive printing rights for one year. The second option is Classic winners, who earn 680 euros cash and 120 euros in t-shirts (or 720 euros cash) for the first 400 units and exclusive rights for 3 years. If the design is reprinted, the artist earns 850 euros cash and 150 euros in Pampling products (or 900 euros cash).

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