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The fine folks at We Love Fine T-shirts are holding another design contest, this time featuring Scott Pilgrim. And the judges this time are none other than Scott Pilgrim’s creator, Bryan Lee O’Malley, and his friend Chris Butcher, manager of the Beguiling and director of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. The grand-prize winner could win up to $2,500.
You can find out more about the contest after the jump.
The folks the social T-shirt site Threadless are gearing up for a fourth volume of their “Comics-On Tees” line, where they ask a writer and four artists to design shirts that tell a story. Although they won’t be officially announced until Jan. 30, they did reveal the creator involved and teased some artwork from the shirts. And based on what they’ve shown so far, it looks like the theme this time revolves around monkeys.
Volume 4 is written by Chris Roberson of iZombie and Superman fame, with designs by artists Mike Allred, Colleen Coover, Chris Samnee and Francesco Francavilla. You can see some of Allred’s artwork above, and Francavilla’s after the jump.
The fine folks at WeLoveFine.com T-shirts are holding a design-a-shirt contest in honor of the Avengers hitting movie screens later this year, and they’re giving away all sorts of cash prizes for the winners.
All designs must include the “big four” who appear in the movie–Hulk, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man–while Hawkeye, Black Widow and Loki can be used at the designer’s discretion. You also can’t use the Avengers logo or any likeness that looks like the actors from the film. Ryan Penagos, a.k.a. Marvel’s Agent M, will judge the contest with an as-yet-unnamed second judge.
A full run-down of the rules and prizes is available on the contest page. Submissions must be received by 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Feb. 12. Artists can submit up to five designs, and the contest is open to U.S. residents only.
For fans of Mike Mignola, and of gelatin desserts, RIPT Apparel has premiered this “Jell-Oboy” shirt design by Bolivian artist Daniel, aka D4N13L, the guy behind “Undefined Age Martial Artist Tortoises,” “The Scarlet Caped Super Green Aquarrow Man’s Emblem,” “LadyPool” and other comic book-themed tees. The design’s available as adult and kids T-shirts, hoodies and onesies.