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Fashion retailer searches for an artist to design new charity T-shirt

PUBLISHED: 16:17 10 May 2016 | UPDATED: 15:59 24 May 2016

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Clothing brand Weird Fish is searching for a new artist to design its next limited edition T-shirt for The Royal Society for the Protection of Bird.

Weird Fish’s first artist T-shirt was created in 1993 and the company has gone on to sell hundreds of different fishy designs. Known for its quirky and bold T-shirt designs, the company is now offering artists the chance to create a new design with instant impact for the RSPB.

Entrants need to submit at least three of the six design ideas created in the last competition, which are; The Redshank Redemption, Wuthering Kites, Raiders of the Lost Lark, Purple Crane, Jurassic Lark and Cranespotting. Designs must be submitted by midnight on Tuesday 31 May. Weird Fish will then select the winning design to be made into the new RSPB charity T-shirt, with the opportunity for the winner to join the team of Weird Fish artists, and create designs for future seasons.

Entries can be submitted in JPEG, PNG or PDF and can be uploaded to Weird Fish’s Facebook, tweeted to @WeirdFishTweets, tagged on Instagram @Weirdfishltd or emailed directly to retail@weirdfish.co.uk with the subject line ‘Find an Artist Competition.’

The winning T-shirt will be produced from November 2016 and the chosen designer will receive £250 to spend online.

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