"Would you classify that as a launch problem or a design problem?"
Vote for this poster by hitting the "Like" button above. Design submitted by: Sean Hartter
>1st Place wins $100, 3 t-shirts from our store, a pair of classic bunny slippers, and Internet bragging rights.
>2nd Place wins $50, 2 tees, and a pair of bunny slippers.
>3rd Place wins $25, 1 tee and a pair of bunny slippers.
>A maximum of two entries per person.
>Entries must be received by Sunday, September 30th Wednesday, October 31st. It's a moral imperative.
>Entries must be submitted in a 3-4 aspect ratio (width x height). They should be, at a minimum, 600 pixels by 800 pixels.
>Entries will be scored via Facebook "Likes" (each submission will have its own unqiue button) and a panel of '80s, movie, and poster enthusiasts. Judges will rank their three favorites; first place will be equal to 25 votes, 2nd place 10 votes, and 3rd place 5 votes. After adding the FB votes with that of the panel members, the three designs with the highest scores will be awarded prizes accordingly.
>Entries must be emailed to contact [at] founditemclothing.com. Kindly put REAL GENIUS POSTER CONTEST in the subject line.
>Entries can be rendered in any artistic style (8-bit, Art Deco, pulp book cover art, minimalist, Lego'd, etc.) but they must look like a poster and include the film's title. Actors, director, tag line, etc. are encouraged, but not mandatory.
>Entries must be an original piece of art. Posters using stills from the movie are not permitted; stills transformed by an artistic filter, effect, or treatment or illustrated via sketch are acceptable (but anything of the kind will be assessed on a case by case basis).
>Artists retain ownership of their work, but FIC reserves the right to display the artist's work on our website, blog, social media feeds, and related promotional materials.