tatskinz design competition

NLU Products, maker of TatSkinz protective body art for electronic devices, will hold its first-ever iPod cover design contest through November, providing artists and technology aficionados the opportunity to turn their personal artwork into the next TatSkinz. I (Eliane) am one of the judges for this competition. One winning creative genius will see his or her “tat” incorporated into the TatSkinz line-up and win either a $1000 scholarship or 13” MacBook. In addition to popular vote from online visitors to the site, several prominent technology and design reviewers will serve as guest judges for the contest, ultimately deciding on the winning design. Contest participants should submit designs at TatSkinz.com/contest beginning October 1; submissions will be accepted through the entire month of November.

You can vote for your favorite design on this page: http://www.tatskinz.com/content/customercare/page-vote.htm

and NLU Products will use the popular vote to determine the front-runners for the judges’ consideration. Please read the complete article to get the judges list and the contact rules and regulation. For more information or to enter the contest visit www.TatSkinz.com.

John Biggs serves as a technology writer at CrunchGear.com and regular contributor to The New York Times. He reviews the latest technology gadgets and has also contributed to Laptop, Men’s Health, Linux Journal, Popular Science and other national magazines.

Ryan Smith is a freelance writer/journalist in Chicago who covers technology, video games and sports for the Chicago Tribune’s RedEye. A Land of Lincoln (Springfield, IL) native, Ryan won several local and state journalism awards in his six years as a news reporter in Missouri and Los Angeles.

Eliane Fiolet is co-founder of Ubergizmo.com where she writes about web applications, design and usability. She owns a Corporate ID design business that helps companies create great brands. Prior to opening her own agency, Eliane worked for a top design firm, Minale Tattersfield Design Strategy, where she created identities for Fortune 500 companies.

Doug Aamoth is a freelance web developer and tech enthusiast. A self-proclaimed mediocre comedic actor, Doug reviews gadgets at CrunchGear.com, while making videos and hosting the weekly live podcast for those who don’t like to read.

Long Tran is the Creative Director of Yankodesign.com and is responsible for all editorial aspects of the renowned industrial design blog. He currently art directs for an interactive design agency with clients such as Disney, Fox, NBC Universal, Pioneer and Nintendo. His background is in fashion design and is currently working on a debut menswear collection called Panda-Makings Making Pandas.

Thomas Wong was ridiculously bored of academic writing at university and finally found something he could actually write entire pages about (or ‘aboot” if you think Canadians sound like that): mobile tech! When he’s not gaming or reading about tech, Thomas can be found on JAMM.mobi and Just Another iPhone Blog writing about all the geeky things he loves.

  • Contest Rules and Regulations:
  • Original artwork only
  • Design no smaller than 5” X 5” (300 dpi)
  • Adobe Illustrator (.ai) or Photoshop (.psd) file only
  • Submitted in CMYK
  • No knock outs or white areas for device screens
  • One submission per entrant
  • Must be 18 or older

For more information or to enter the contest visit www.TatSkinz.com.

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