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Click here for the Fall 2015 Pint Glass Design Rules and Template

 

For the last five fund drives, we at Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM have had the pleasure of working with some of Birmingham’s best and brightest artists to produce the designs in our popular pint glass series.

Now it’s your turn. How do you “see” WBHM? What’s your vision of public radio in North Central Alabama? Where does your imagination take you when you listen to public radio?

Enter The WBHM Artist Challenge and let us know! Just download the rules and guidelines below, set your inner artist free, and submit your design by July 31, 2015! Entries will be narrowed to three finalists by WBHM’s Friends Board and Junior Advisors, and our listeners will get to vote for the winning design.

For some inspiration, let’s look back at the designs from the last two and a half years. Our artistic odyssey began with Bethanne Hill whose design transported us into her imagination.

"Listen and Be Transported" by Bethanne Hill, Spring 2013

“Listen and Be Transported” by Bethanne Hill, Spring 2013

Veronique Vanblaere took us on a ride.

"WBHM Rides With You" by Veronique Vanblaere, Fall 2013

“WBHM Rides With You” by Veronique Vanblaere, Fall 2013

And Charles Buchanan took us around the world and home again.

"Around Your Block, Around the World" by Charles Buchanan, Spring 2014

“Around Your Block, Around the World” by Charles Buchanan, Spring 2014

Illumination in the form of robots and monkeys came from John Lytle Wilson.

"Broadcasting Illumination" by John Lytle Wilson, Fall 2014

“Broadcasting Illumination” by John Lytle Wilson, Fall 2014

And Paul Cordes Wilm visually shouted his love for public radio to the State, the world, and beyond.

Paul Cordes Wilm, Spring 2015

Paul Cordes Wilm, Spring 2015

Think you’ve got a winning idea for our next pint glass? Let’s find out!

Ready. Set. CREATE!

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

One entry per person, ages 18 and above. Entries must be received by WBHM no later than July 31, 2015. Design must be submitted on the official WBHM Design Our Pint Glass drawing template available at www.wbhm.org. Submissions will not be returned. One winner will be chosen. Designs that do not follow rules and guidelines outlined on this document and at www.wbhm.org will not be considered. WBHM reserves the right to alter the selected image as necessary to achieve the best final product, including, but not limited to, digitizing the artwork, color adjustment, and sizing. WBHM will work with the artist where possible to achieve the final product. Any artwork that is submitted may be used for other marketing and promotional purposes. Any entries submitted by mail will not be returned.

 

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