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ONE DOZEN DESIGNS
T-shirt Design Project
Cat Head Press is looking for additional artists and designers to be a part of its project, “One Dozen Designs”. Each month CHP releases a new t-shirt design created by a local and national artist. The content of the design is open. Cat Head Press will take care of material purchasing
and printing of all designs. Artists are paid for their design work and the sales generated will go towards our outreach programming that includes free youth activities and partnered projects with local organizations on providing accessible art opportunities for our community.
Eligibility and Application Procedure:
This project is open to artists and designers that are capable of submitting a digital screen printing ready design as either photoshop file or illustrator file with minimum 300dpi. Artists will receive a $300 stipend for their design. Full payments will be made upon successful submission
of design and are not dependent on sales.
To be considered for this project, please email email@example.com with the subject line “One Dozen Designs” by April 1, 2021. Include either a portfolio of past work formatted into a single pdf and/or a link to a website/social media page that showcases your work. Please do not send an image of a design for the project, designs will only be collected if selected for the project.
This project is made possible by a grant awarded to John Boner Neighborhood Centers from the Lilly Endowment Inc. through their Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation initiative.
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