!!!!!Found Inspiration Moving Forward x Redbubble give away!!!!!
Hey guys, it’s my very first give away! Just in time for summer, my friends at Redbubble are introducing women’s scoop shirts and unisex tank tops. And now you can win one exclusively through Tumblr!
Redbubble is giving away –FIVE– scoop neck or tanktop shirts. The lucky winners get to pick their favorite design from the website!
Redbubble is an an online marketplace for artists to sell their original designs. Their website is packed with T-shirts that come in a large variety of amazing prints! The designs are fun, quirky, gorgeous, cute, beautiful… Something for everyone! I could not be more excited about this giveaway.
Are you an artist?
Redbubble connects artists to consumers all over the world who can buy your authentic artwork on various canvases – from metal prints and posters, to baby onesies and even cell phone cases. You can easily set up an account and sell your original work through their website, so check it out!
What do I have to do to win?
1. Reblog this post to your friends!
2. Consider following foundinspirationmovingforward on Tumblr (it’s not required, but it’s greatly appreciated!)
3. …That’s it already! You’re in the running for winning one of these super cool shirts :)
You can actually find different mailing lists here to keep yourself updated about discounts, artist challenges or to get the latest artist and designer news sent right to your inbox!
A few rules:
- One reblog equals one entry. You guys can reblog as much as you like, but don’t spam your followers!
- Don’t forget to have your ask box open, so I can message you if you’re one of the lucky winners :D (If you don’t reply to my message within five days, I will pick someone else as a winner instead.)
- The giveaway ends June 10th, 13:00 PDT. The winners will be picked and announced by me on the 11th of June. I will be using a random generator to decide fair and square!
That’s it you guys, start reblogging!! GOOD LUCK!
By Tara Donovan, these wonderful installation/sculptures, each one made out of one easily produced material are beautiful accumulative pieces of work that have such a huge effect on a empty gallery space. The towering columns are my favourites by far.
‘because the surfaces of my work do often shift and follow the perspective of the viewer, there is a perceptual movement that coincides with a person’s physical movement within the gallery space.’