With just about two weeks left to enter our second annual Sticker Design Contest, there’s still plenty of time to submit your design (if you haven’t already)!
The Dana Foundation is calling on artists, graphic designers, illustrators, and brain enthusiasts alike to come up with their own version of an image that captures the essence of our global Brain Awareness Week initiative to promote the promise and benefits of brain research. If chosen, your design could become the face of the 2019 campaign and printed on thousands of stickers for distribution at schools, brain fairs, lectures, and more! Not to mention, the top three finalists will receive a cash prize.
After five finalists are chosen anonymously by Dana staff, we leave it up to you—the public—to vote for your favorite! Last year, after receiving an overwhelming number of entries from people all over the world and of all ages, the public poll declared Canada’s Marianne Bacani our first-place winner.
For more information on how to submit, please read the contest guidelines on our website. We will only consider entries that adhere to these rules. All designs are due by 11:59 pm (EST) on October 15.
Contest entry is free, so what do you have to lose? Just don’t wait too long!