re.GENERATION powered by FOOTPATROL | T-Shirt Print Design Brief

Get involved with our t-shirt design brief, and you could win a place on our third re.GENERATION workshop to screen print your design onto a t-shirt. Better yet, your design might be selected as our next Communi-T t-shirt release, winning you £500, a set of t-shirts for yourself and a warm glow of pride.

Our re.GENERATION workshop series covers four key areas in the life cycle of a creative campaign, culminating in the Communi-T release. We started with copy-writing in Workshop 1 before moving on to image-making in Workshop 2, where attendees used our winning slogan from the first workshop to explore ideas for t-shirt print designs.

Now, we’re opening up the t-shirt design brief so that anyone can enter online. The winners will get a place on Workshop 3, where they’ll learn how to print their graphic onto a t-shirt, and ultimately one winning design will be brought to life and immortalised as the next Footpatrol Communi-T release.

Read on for full details on how to enter.


Create a design to be printed onto the back of a t-shirt, inspired by the winning copy line from Workshop 1: CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE MINE

The theme of the phrase is change through dialogue. In a world of polarised opinions, we can make more progress if we’re willing to explore and learn from different points of view as well as explaining our own.

You can use this slogan to inspire your design in any way you choose. Explore the theme of dialogue, or follow your own interpretation of the phrase. Your design can be created digitally or by hand, and you can use any medium you like: illustration, photography, collage etc.

A selection of entries will be chosen to go through to Workshop 3, where the winning designers will learn the ins and outs of screen printing with Print Club London and use their graphic to create a t-shirt.


Please follow the guidelines below when creating your design:

Your graphic should be no larger than A3 portrait format (297mm wide x 420mm high)

The design can be any shape or size as long as it fits within the maximum dimensions

Please create your design in black on a white background

Make sure to avoid any extremely thin lines as they may be lost when screen printing (for digital artwork, lines should not have a thickness of less than 1pt)

Digital designs must be saved at full size in one of the following formats at 300dpi resolution: AI, PDF or TIFF

Designs created using physical media must be scanned at 300dpi resolution and supplied in TIFF or PDF format

Please submit your design to by 03/06/22.

Unfortunately we won’t be able to accept any submissions that don’t follow the guidelines above. All designs must be your own original work, and in the case of collage or mixed media you must ensure that no element infringes any copyright.

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