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Tate: Product Design Competition

January 4, 2010 by Ellie

What better way to get kick-started into 2010 than to enter Culture Label's product design competition in association with Tate?

Tate and CultureLabel.com are collaborating to launch the 2010 edition of RELEASE and, this year, the hunt is on for two outstanding product designs that will be produced and sold in Tate shops, through Tate Online and at CultureLabel.com.

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This is your chance to get your work into Tate and to let your imagination to run wild. The winning entry from each category will receive a cash prize of £500 plus commission on sales from 6 months in. The winning product could:

  • Capture the experience of Tate visitors, be they young or old, from the UK or from across the globe
  • Capture the impact that Tate has had on the public’s experience of galleries and its influence on the arts
  • Be inspired by the architecture of the buildings, such as the iconic Tate Modern, which is 10 years old in 2010
  • Be inspired by any of Tate galleries, which include Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate St Ives, Tate Liverpool and also Tate Online

Product designs must fall into two price brackets – up to £10 and up to £100.

For more information, to enter the competition and for terms and conditions, see here.