50th Anniversary Hoodie Competition

The year 2022 will mark the 50th anniversary of The George Alexander Foundation. In celebration of this milestone, we want to showcase the creativity of the GAF community by printing your design on our 50th anniversary hoodies.

The triumphant entry of the GAF 50th Anniversary Hoodie Competition will win a $250 Prezzee gift card and be the first to receive a hoodie! Your art will be worn by scholars and fellows throughout Australia.

We want you to be as creative and imaginative as you like; if you seek inspiration, please reflect on the Vision & Mission of the foundation.

Design guidelines

  • The hoodie material will be light grey, so please choose colours that will stand out.
  • The design will be screen printed on one side of the hoodies; please limit your concept to three colours without blends or shading.
  • Please do not use photographic images or typography.

How to submit your entry:

  • Vector files and jpeg files, including scans of drawings, can be submitted.
  • All files must be high-resolution.
  • Submission close 28 February 2022. 

If you have any questions or would like to submit your design, please email GAF Communications Officer Nina Beer at nina.beer@ianpotter.org.au

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