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Dear Participants, here are some tips for you that will give you a better chance at winning. With less than two weeks left before the deadline, let’s get those creative and imaginative juices flowing! As we have mentioned before, Lien Foundation would like to showcase the participating entries (not confined to the winners! ) where possible in a physical installation, as part of the global campaign to break the silence of death through ‘die-logues’. So they want the submitted entries to be as high resolution as possible. We prefer for graphics that are vector-based where possible (e.g. in Adode Illustrator format) so that there will be no loss of resolution; For files that are done in Photoshop and not vector-based, participants should preferably do it at on a canvas of at least A3 size and 300 dpi. Some entries we received so far are in low resolution, we recommend you submit the high resolution for future showcase. Secondly, we want to remind everyone that you need to design the five sides of the coffin: the top and the four sides around and all entries must use the design template provided, the 3D visualization is only meant as a guide, you don't need to submit your 3D design. :) Lastly, according to the contest brief, each entry must be accompanied by a write-up, of no more than 300 words, describing the design concept or story of the entry. If the coffin is designed for someone other than yourself, explain why the intention and how the design came about. The description may be used as a factor in determining the winners, so do pay attention to it! :)
If the coffin is designed for
someone other than yourself, explain why the intention and how the design came
about. The description may be used as a factor in determining the winners
For the Happy Coffin Design Contest, a total of USD 10,000 in prizes will be given away! So guys, do participate and submit early! 1st Place – USD 3,000 2nd Place – USD 2,000 10 Runners Up – USD 500

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