Challenge 8Ball: And The Winner Is...

Challenge 8Ball: And The Winner Is...

Challenge 8Ball: And The Winner Is...

Every fortnight a person will be chosen. A person with design skills so amazing, so original and so far out of this world that there will only be one thing that we can possibly do… 8ball their sketch and turn it into their very own printed tee!

Ladies and gentlemen this is Challenge 8ball, a design competition taking social media by storm. You don’t need to be a graphic designer to enter, all you need is a great idea and a pencil or two. Since its introduction the entries have been flooding in and we are happy to announce that we have another winner.

Our second winner was Andy Booth who came to us on Twitter with his thoughts on the newest and biggest trend of the year, Pokemon Go. We loved Andy’s honesty and although we are all keen Pokemon Go-ers in the 8ball office, we loved seeing the thoughts on the trend from someone who isn't going on the odd Pokewalk or two. So we sent his entry off to our team of designers to get the 8ball treatment.

Challenge 8ball: And The Winner Is... Andy Tweet

Since Andy headed over to Twitter, decided to take up the task and Challenge 8ball he has received a free tee with his printed design and he will receive commission each time his design is sold.

Challenge 8ball: And The Winner Is...

Take a look at Andy’s finished Challenge 8ball design here. Well done Andy and remember to share your own ideas with us too for a chance to win.

If you feel inspired and want to challenge 8ball head on over to our #Challenge8ball page for more details. Alternatively get sketching and send us your best designs on our social media pages by hitting us up on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and don’t forget the #Challenge8ball hashtag. We will announce a new winner every fortnight so keep an eye out on our social media channels on 29/07/16 as your design could be getting the 8ball treatment just like Andy's!

Good luck and happy sketching!

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