The Print Project – Create for a cause


The Print Project

The Print Project – Get creative!

Since our launch in 2017, HÖRFA have always had a strong connection to art, displayed through our popular Printed Streetwear Collection.

Now, for the first time ever, we’re giving you the chance to create the next iconic print, in support of the NHS.

Your design can be anything you want, there are no set themes or limitations. Be inspired by nature, art, people, hope, ambition… your canvas is blank because we want to see your creativity in its fullness.

How to enter:

We recommend submitted artwork is in the ratio of 210x140mm/px at 300dpi in .png or .jpg format. You can go taller than 140mm/px if you wish the design to be square or portrait. If you don’t have design packages or tools available, we recommend canva.com as a useful website to use.

Email your design to support@horfawear.com by June 30, 2020, with a few words about the inspiration and meaning behind it.

How to win:

Three finalists will be chosen and unveiled on the official HÖRFA website and social media channels on July 1, 2020.

The winner, chosen by the HÖRFA design team, will receive a £100 gift card as well as the final version of their t-shirt design sent in the post.

The winning design will be sold on horfawear.com with 100% of the profits donated to the NHS.

If you have any questions then please email us at support@horfawear.com.

Good luck!

 

Terms & Conditions:

*No purchase necessary. Open to legal residents of the UK above the age of 18. Contest begins on May 15 at 8am BST, and ends on June 30 at 11:59pm BST. One grand prize winner will be announced on July 1, 2020. The design must be family appropriate for it be displayed on our website and channels and cannot contain any trademarks or logos not belonging to HÖRFA. The design must be original and not previously published elsewhere or infringe upon any copyright or third party rights. By entering, you are expressly agreeing to these rules.


1 comment


  • KC

    This will be a great way to be able to promote different kinds of arts all over UK and they can showcase their abilities and creativity.


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