This week’s Free Tee Friday is brought to you by the great city of Monstropolis!
Reblog this post for a chance to win any of our new Monsters Inc. tees in your size. Don’t worry, we told Roz there wouldn’t be any paperwork involved!
Want to help me write greeting cards? 3 of my designs (above) are among those in the running to be the fronts of greeting cards on Threadless, but YOU can write the message on the inside.
You’re hired. Contest ends 5/17.
In addition to the Threadless prizing, if you win with a design of mine I’ll send you a signed 8x10 Talking Penguin art print.
Btw, the bottom right example above is by The Infamous Baka, also known as Polite Yet Peculiar. Worth a follow.
The Internet has changed more than how we work, shop, and socialize. It has also disrupted the promise of a safe childhood for victims of child trafficking. Technology has made it easier for child predators to create and share exploitative content and connect with like-minded individuals. More can be done to stop them.
It’s the mission of Thorn, an organization continuing the work started by the Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation in 2009, to be the digital defenders of children. Thorn aims to use technology to combat the behavior of online predators and sex traffickers. By creating a design for this challenge, you can help raise awareness for the organization’s mission to make the web safer place for kids. 25% of net sales from the winning tee will benefit the organization.
Take inspiration from how we can be better digital defenders for children who can’t defend themselves. Create a hopeful design about a predator-free future where kids can just be kids, both online and offline.
You’ve still got 11 days left to submit your most awkward designs to this challenge. The winning design will be featured in Jenna’s room on the MTV series Awkward!
That’s not awkward, that’s just plain cool!