Tuesday, May 3, 2011

GOOD Wants You to Doodle Something Good in the World

 Image by bochalla
GOOD magazine is one of the best publications still available at local newsstands (if you’ve got one of those old fashioned places in your town). And their online destination is just as fun to visit.

The site, in association with Cole Haan is called “Doodle Something Good in the World.” According to GOOD the contest is “broad — we want doodles that illustrate what inspires you. Is there a person, group, object or even idea that you feel is making a positive difference in the world?”

The rules are pretty straightforward — draw something and submit it to GOOD. The piece can be anything from a simple line drawing to an elaborate painting. There are no perimeters on style being set. Although if you’re thinking of entering, you should check out the more detailed guidelines on their site.

All submissions will be judged by the “Digital Guy at GolinHarris” Len Kendall along with members of the staffs at Good and Cole Haan. Three winners will be selected to receive a GOOD t-shirt. Plus the first place artist will get a $500 Cole Haan gift certificate (with $250 and $100 cards going to those who take second and third).

The contest ends on May 10 so grab your paper and pencil — or digital sketchpad — and get doodling. Winners will be notified via email the week of May 18.

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