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The hunt is on again for a unique piece of artwork to grace a limited edition NZ Music Month t-shirt.

Following on from last year’s successful competition, the NZ Music Commission is calling on creative’s to submit designs for this year’s shirts.

The commission is looking for designers to come up with an image that best represents local music, which will then be printed on the back of a limited edition version of the music month shirts.

The design should be no bigger than 30cm wide and 42 cm wide, and entries will need to need to be accompanied by a brief explanation of the designer’s inspiration for the imagery.

The winning entry will be paid a royalty of $3 per t-shirt sold, with a guaranteed minimum of 100 sales.

The entry form with full Terms & Conditions can be found here; entries close on February 28.

 

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