Sponsored by the Religions Exploration Club, in partnership with the MSU Libraries, Department of Religious Studies, the Muslim Studies Program, and the Serling Institute for Jewish Studies & Modern Israel, the sticker campaign seeks sticker designs around the theme of building community and promoting love rather than hate.
Entries will be accepted from current MSU undergraduate and graduate students and one $100 prize will be awarded! The winning designer agrees to release of their name and the public use and production of their design under creative commons license use (CC BY-NC-ND). For clear and effective production, designs might be slightly modified. The sticker will be offered to the public in exchange for a $1 minimum donation to the MSU Student Food Bank.
Important Design Guidelines
For best printing quality, please adhere as closely as possible to the following parameters:
Submit your work by 5pm on Friday, December 6, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org. A maximum of 3 entries per person is allowed, and each must be submitted separately. Each submission must include:
All entries must be received by 5pm on Friday, December 6, 2019. The winner will be notified by Tuesday, December 17th. Stickers will become available the week of Martin Luther King Day.