FPA Disc Design contest 2011

01.09.2010 10:20

Minimálně poslední dva roky byly designy FPA disků nic moc (zkoukni to v galerii pod článkem), na tom se nás většina shodne, proto by se už do toho měl někdo z českejch nadanejch grafiků vopřít a ukázat světu jak se dělaj pořádný štýlový disky kvůli kterejm si člověk ten FPA membership rád objedná, ne???

Tady sou instrukce od Z'ho:

Calling all Designers!
Announcing the 2011 FPA Disc Design Contest!
Deadline for design submissions: November 1, 2010

Do you have an artistic idea for what would look great on a freestyle disc? 
Maybe your design shows the spin to a novice or inspires others to really peel out and move into the zone.ť Whatever it is, the freestyle world is waiting to see your design on the 2011 FPA disc! The winning volunteer designer will receive 10 discs, a jammer-level FPA membership and packet, and promotional appreciation and links on the FPA website.
The design will also be posted the design at the FPA Store at
zazzle.com where shirts, buttons and other promotional items can be ordered. 

The FPA will need to deliver the two color design to the disc manufacturers by the end of this year. The deadline for designs is November 1, 2010. We are excited to see your ideas come to life!  Please send your designs in now to John "Z" Weyand, Education Director for the FPA at zspace@...

Here are the particulars:
1. Light ink (no large solid areas) and very little or no ink in the center.
2. Include the words "Freestyle Players Association" and "freestyledisc. org" Like last year, special emphasis and attention will be given to those designs that incorporate the names (or likenesses) of the 2008 FPA World Champions. This is not mandatory.
3. Print specs for the disc are as follows:
Two colors! Send each color separation as an individual file or on separate layers.
6.5 inches (16.5 cm) in diameter
Minimum line weight tolerance: 1pt
Maximum line weight: "no larger than approximately 1 inch (2.5 cm)"
(Please be sure to use the "create outline" option on all text for Illustrator and PhotoShop files. )
4. The design becomes property of the FPA and the FPA reserves the right to modify the submitted design.
5. Format. For judging purposes we just need a jpeg, have the others files ready. The final design can be either an Adobe Illustrator (Mac and PC) file, Adobe PhotoShop (Mac and PC) files, or .tif files.
6. All artwork submitted electronically should be two megabytes or less. You can use WinZip (PC) or Stuff-it (Mac) if you need to compress your file to make the file smaller.
7. Send questions and artwork to John "Z" Weyand, Education Director for the FPA at zspace@earthlink. net

Thank you and Good Luck!
The FPA Board
"Z" John Weyand


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