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Hey, Bengals fans, think you're creative? Let's see your designs for a Cincy Jungle / Bengals t-shirt for your fellow Bengals fans to buy. The winning designer(s) will receive at least one free shirt of their creation and bragging rights.

Let's hope your shirt design is cooler than this one!
Let's hope your shirt design is cooler than this one!
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It's time for a Cincy Jungle contest! We're looking to sell some fun, cool and Bengals-spirited Cincy Jungle t-shirts! We'd love nothing more than for one (or a few) of the amazingly talented people who are part of our Cincy Jungle community to create with the designs for these shirts.

What you need to do:

  • Provide a clear design on a white background to our email. Please include your name and Cincy Jungle username in the email.
  • Vectors are always best, but if you need to use bitmap art, we can use those as long as it's at 300 DPI and at least the same size as it will be on the shirt.
  • The designs will need to be 10" or 12" wide.
  • Your design must be in our email (cincyjungle@gmail.com) by August 1, 2015 in order to be entered into the contest. You can enter as many ideas as you want, preferably with one email sent per person.

How to win:

Once we have all the designs, we will put them up on the site in an article for viewers to comment on and vote for. The design with the highest number of votes will be the winner. There may be more than one design selected to move forward with for purchase.

What you can win:

You'll win a shirt (maybe 2) for you to display proudly and wear out to Bengals games (or anywhere you want).

Design ideas and specifications:

All designs need to be free of any copyrighted material. That means no Bengals logo, no use of the phrase "Who Dey", no use of the Cincinnati Bengals' font and no use of any player's direct likeness. The shirts are direct to print shirts and are made when ordered. You have free reign on the number of colors you can use and can be very inventive with your designs. That said, simple may be best and the more panels, (front, back, sleeve) the more money the shirt will cost. You can use a Cincy Jungle logo, if you're so inclined.

If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and someone from Cincy Jungle will get back to you.

Good luck and let's see what you all can come up with!