Rat Fink Art Contest - Rules and Info

Rat Fink Art Contest

Gnarly Magazine's Rat Fink Art Contest - Rules and Information page.

Hey, it's Rat Fink time again! We held a Rat Fink contest last year and it was our most successful contest, with the most submissions. So, we decided to bring it back!

Below are all of the rules and information. If you have questions, shoot us an e-mail.

Rules and Information:

1. Submit a photo of your Rat Fink artwork/creation. Your Rat Fink art can be something that you created a year ago, ten years ago, or yesterday. You do not have to go out and create something new specifically for this contest. We know you have paying client work on your table.

2. Your Rat Fink submission can be hand painted, airbrushed, spray painted, sculpted, or whatever.

3. Submit one (1) image file entry. You're free to add multiple angle photos of your Rat Fink art in that single entry image file. If more than one entry image is sent, I'll just pick my favorite. Do a Google or app search for collage makers.

4. If you competed in the first Rat Fink Art Contest here at Gnarly Magazine, be sure to send a different Rat Fink entry. No repeats.

5. Your entry should be rated PG. Keep it clean, keep it clean!

6. Your entry should be your work. Please don't submit artwork that you found on Pinterest.

7. Promote your website(s) in your image file. People want to know where they can find you, so be sure to include your website/Facebook/Instagram in your entry image.

8. The contest will be voted on by the public, so be sure to promote on your social media sites.

9. Polls for each matchup in each round last 24 hours.

10. Have fun!

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E-mail your entry to: GnarlyMagOnline@gmail.com

Deadline: Submit your entry by Friday, February 23rd

Voting begins on Monday, February 26th

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Prize Pack: The winner of the Rat Fink Art Contest will receive:

1. Gnarly Magazine t-shirt

2. A print copy of the latest issue of Gnarly Magazine

3. Gnarly Magazine sticker pack

4. Art print courtesy of Burn353

5. Stickers and pinstriped wooden plaque courtesy of @cityslickpinstriper



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