The SHAOLIN JAZZ Movie Poster Design Contest
The SHAOLIN JAZZ Movie Poster Design Contest, which is an extension of the notable SHAOLIN JAZZ – The 37th Chamber music project (an artful fusion of jazz instrumentals and hip-hop acappellas) is a month long competition (Wednesday September 16th – Wednesday October 15th), whereby participants can submit designs that interpret SHAOLIN JAZZ – The 37th Chamber as a Kung-Fu movie. For more info including rules, guidelines, and prizes click
The movie poster contest takes further cues from our monthly event series entitled CAN I KICK IT? where we screen two classic Kung-Fu movies while a clever blend of classic hip-hop, funk, and soul music are played courtesy of SHAOLIN JAZZ co-founder DJ 2-Tone Jones, who’s essentially creating a live sound track to each movie.
- Designers can submit up to two (2) movie posters only
- A design collective can only participate as one (1) designer – submitting only two (2) designs
- Size specs 9.111 x 15, 300dpi
- Acceptable file formats: jpg, png, pdf not to exceed 25mb
- Deadline for submitting work: Wednesday October 15th
- Submit work to email@example.com
- To see an image of a past CAN I KICK IT? flyer click here
*Entries will be judged on the following criteria: originality, creativity, and connectivity to the theme of SHAOLIN JAZZ – The 37th Chamber.
Prize: The winner, who’ll be announced on Tuesday October 21st, will receive an exclusive prize package that includes an official copy of The 37th Chamber Mixtape, two (2) SHAOLIN JAZZ Apparel items of your choice, and a pair of tennis shoes. Also, the winning design will be included in the next series of SHAOLIN JAZZ Apparel designs.
Eligibility: The competition is open to anyone (worldwide)
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