Rocky Mountain Underground graphic design contest: See your scribbles on skis
Heads up, artsy types: Rocky Mountain Underground is running a contest to design the top sheet for the Guyot backcountry skis in its 2011/2012 line. Winner gets a pair of the skis, serious bragging rights, and props in Skiing Magazine.
Rocky Mountain Underground is a membership-based community-support ski manufacturer for based in Frisco, Colorado, and their sticks (special orders only) are made right here in Denver by Never Summer Industries.
The current Guyot design (left) should give you a decent sense of the company's aesthetic, and here are the details on the contest,via RMUSkis.com
We are looking for a new graphic for the 2011- 2012 Guyot (Gio). RMU SKIS, FLYLOW, and SKIING Magazine wanted to reach out. We are looking for up and coming artists who need a break. Submit to us a graphic that is targeted towards our backcountry customers. We will then show all contest entries to our members and they will vote on the winner. Winner will receive a pair of skis and their graphic will be pressed on to the entire line of Guyot's ( gio) for 2011-2012. Winner will also receive a setup from FLYLOW and will have the opportunity to continue working with RMU SKIS as a graphic artist.
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