Calling all NFT advocates with an eye for design, marketplace-on-a-mission, LooksRare, needs your help! It’s latest mighty endeavour is offering grand cash prizes in exchange for a shiny new brand logo.
So, as LooksRare makes a bid to sharpen up its image with a snazzy new emblem, it has called upon the community to lend them their artistic knowhow. Participants are challenged to hit the drawing board with gusto and produce their all-new, image defining corporate showpiece.
Those willing to take on the challenge have until July 15 to submit their outrageous designs, and can seek inspiration through the LooksRare logo files while additionally checking out the historical uses of their current image by a number of top artists. The end goal is to produce a design spectacle for the ages that future generations will look back on in awe.
📢 Calling artists & creators – $10,000 up for grabs!
1st = $3,500 🏆
2nd = $2,000
3rd = $1,000
4th-10th = $500 each
🎨 Get creative
#⃣ Tweet your entry with #LooksRare
⏳ Ends July 15th
10 people who just retweet will get $200 each pic.twitter.com/emsyB6ojs6
— LooksRare (@LooksRare) June 29, 2022
To apply, just tweet the finished logo with the hashtag #LooksRare and copying in the official Twitter account, then let LooksRare do the rest. When all is said and done, the top ten entries will take home a share of $10k. The lion’s share of $3,500 will go to the overall winner, $2,000 to second place, $1,000 to third, and the final $500 will be distributed to the remaining runners up.
So, get those pencils sharpened and those brains into gear to see if you have what it takes to become a design maestro!
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