We are looking for T shirt/ sweat shirt designs for MegaRamp. Ts can be long or short sleeve. Sweats can be with or without zip and/or hood.
A few guidelines. While we represent two sports please do not mix both sports in one design in the style of two athletes "in action" together.
Please avoid the phrase/word driven school of design. Nothing like - No Fear, Extreme, Rad, Gnarley, No Easy Landings or anything else like that.
We are not UFC so the MMA type all over print with foil isnt our style.
If you are going to use photos or photo/reference the image either needs to be supplied by us or one that you have rights to. That said we like a design we can probably supply you with a photo you can sub in for a temp image you might use if we think the direction is great. You would have to do the work on the insertion of the photo we would supply.
Also if you are using photo driven design please get familiar with action sports photos "no-no's". No flipping guys who are head up to head down or on their side because "it looks better" ,no reversing them, rotating them so it "looks pretty" "no random men in the sky" with no visual reference points. No photos where the guy is falling without his equipment where it should be/failing/bailing.
Just because we are providing a lot of guidance when it comes to photo use does not mean we are pushing you in a "use a photo" direction.
We have an event coming in Brasil this summer so feel free to do a design for that event in Sao Paulo at the Sambadrome.(Our Brasil logo is attached but you don't have to use that or reference the location).
One area we have need in is for long sleeve wear by athletes in competition . The type of requirement there is quite specific, it has to be strong logo driven that will show up well on camera (still and video). That usage is all about logo visibilty (without looking like Nascar
We are also looking for creative tastemaker designs that anyone from a fan through an industry pro might (would) want to wear.
A few guidelines towards use of the MegaRamp logo and name. Both are registered trademarks so if you are using the logo and or word in their stylized form do not change the form or the stylization