Design Competition: China Icon Tee

Join the China Icon Tee Design Competition for the opportunity to win $500, and have your design printed and offered at the RMIT Store.

Following on from the popular Melbourne and Vietnam line drawn icon t-shirts, themed around ‘Your RMIT experience,’ we are asking domestic and international students residing in Victoria Australia to submit a print design which takes the customer on a journey through the designer's ‘eyes’ of China, and how this connects to RMIT and the designer's studies.

The winning design of the China Icon Tee Design Competition will be the third design in the series of Global RMIT Icon Tee’s; after the Melbourne Icon Tee, and the Vietnam Icon Tee.

The winner of the China Icon Tee Design Competition will receive $500 AUD.

Important Details

  • Submissions open: Open Now 
  • Submission close: Sunday 21 August 2022
  • Announcement of winner: Monday 29 August 2022

Submit your design

The Design Brief outlines the key deliverables required for your submission, submissions instructions, reference material, and more.

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