Design A Poster For Camp Bisco 2013
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Poster 16x20 in. Specs
- Your file should be 16" x 20" and have a minimum resolution of 200 dpi
- Accepted file formats: .JPG, .JPEG, .TIF, .TIFF, .EPS
- .TIFF (or .TIF) formats should be flattened
- .EPS formats must have all type converted to vector paths (traced or outlined)
- RGB colorspace only
- Max file size is 60mb
Create a commemorative poster for Camp Bisco 2012, the longest running electronic/rock music festival in the country. Design an original art poster for the 11th-annual event for a chance to win $500 and two tickets to the festival.
Suggested Theme & Style
The suggested theme for this year's poster art is MACHINES. Camp Bisco is a camping festival located in Mariaville, NY on July 12th-14th. These 4 days of music are a rare chance for music fans to escape from a modern world filled with machines.
Please don't try to create a brand or advertisement for the festival. We're looking for original art. You may use the logo in your design but it is not required. In fact, you can even rift on the logo and create your own interpretation.
Illustrate an eye catching poster that you could picture hanging in an art gallery or framed on your wall for years to come.
Things You Need To Include
- Required Text: "Camp Bisco", "2012", "July 12-14, 2012", "Mariaville, New York (or NY)" and "www.campbisco.net".
- It is optional to use the official Camp Bisco 2012 logo (available in support files). Original font treatments of "Camp Bisco 2012" are welcome!
- It is optional to include the line up on your poster. If you use the line up in your design, you MUST use the same order as it appears on other Camp Bisco branding and promo.
- Optional logo: "MCP Presents".
Things You Should Avoid
- Respect copyright. DO NOT submit copyrighted work.
- DO NOT use stock images or clip art.
- You MUST be able to prove ownership of any photographic elements (even in a modified state). Please provide attribution in the description field.
- Avoid literal, stereotypical interpretations and imagery such as tents, electricity, lights, etc.