Fenchurch Tee Fest

Fenchurch are holding a competition to find talented new artists, inviting creative individuals to design a T-shirt graphic based on their iconic logo.

To enter, all you have to do is create an original design based on the Fenchurch logo, using the summer festival season as a point of inspiration. There are few boundaries to work with as the design can be utilise painting, photography or illustration, so long as it includes the logo and has the festival season in mind.

Winners will receive a £200 prize and see their design made into a T-shirt and sold at Fenchurch stores across the country. The deadline for entries is the 1st of June, with the winner being announced on the 11th. Entried should be sent to teefest@fenchurch.com. For more info check out the Fenchurch Tee Fest site.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • dan

    A brand desperate for sales, one minute they wana cater for skating, then their going down that trendy road. fenchurch went tits up the day they sold out to TKMAX!

  • http://www.studiorudo.com Tony Lewthwaite aka RUDO

    I agree with you Dan in regards to them jumping back and forth on trends, but TKMax is an outlet store bro, and i’ve seen New Era/Supra Footwear/Carhartt plus truck loads of other ‘respected’ brands stocked in TK. When your running a clothing brand, its not ‘selling out’ to offload dead stock, opening up warehouse space, and reaping back some of the initial investment. if on the other hand, they were to license the brand out to say ASDA i’d agree with you.

    Dont get it twisted, EVERY brand is desperate for sales. just some are better at hiding it than others.

    i’m gonna get on this contest and get paid.

    RUDO

  • daniel Morrow

    ^ good luck to you then bro because they need a revamp, brand and image wise. ^