Rocky Mountain Underground graphic design contest: See your scribbles on skis

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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.


Please email all entries to alex@rockymountainunderground.com
All files must be small jpg.
Contest results will be shown at skinet.com
Winner will be announced by 4/1/2010

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