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- Your file should be a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and at least 6" in width and 6" in height. View our FAQs on submitting Merchandise Graphics.
- For uploading, 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
Killswitch Engage – No End In Sight…
Killswitch Engage is looking for its fans to help commemorate and immortalize their vast 2014 tour schedule with a very special piece of merch. The band’s regular design guru Mike D wants to see what you’ve got up your sleeve.
Design an official T-Shirt inspired by Killswitch Engage and their insane Disarm The Descent world tour – check out more info here. One winner will receive $500 and a Killswitch Engage prize pack.
Disarm the Descent is the sixth full length album from metal band, Killswitch Engage. The release is available for purchase here.
Suggested Theme & Style Guidelines
We're looking for a powerful T-Shirt design that represents the classic aesthetic of Killswitch Engage. The shirt should capture the scope of the band's travels and should be the perfect keepsake for fans to commemorate a show or for those who missed the chance.
Make sure to check out the music videos on the More Info page to help get you into the zone for creating your artwork.
Killswitch Engage bassist, Mike D’Antonio, is responsible for designing all of the band's album artwork and tour merchandise. He along with the rest of the band, will personally be judging the contest. Check out some of Mike's artwork below:
Things You Need To Include
- Required text: "Killswitch Engage".
- Optional text: "Disarm the Descent", "No End In Sight".
- The winning designer should be able to submit a layered file (.psd, .eps, .ai) of the winning design.
- Original illustrations only.
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). Absolutely no photos of the musician are allowed.