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2021 Surly Halloween Artist Search

Yes, it’s the middle of summer, but it’s not too early to be thinking about Halloween. At least, not if you’re us.

In addition to Justin Bergo, Surly’s 2021 Darkness Artist, we’re also looking for a designer to create the Halloween art we’ll be using for promotions in on and off-premise locations throughout October—think posters in bars, displays in liquor stores, etc.

As with Darkness, this is not a case of beer and a pat on the back thing. It’s a paying gig–$1000, to be precise. That said, we can probably hook you up with the beer and a pat on the back on top of that. Your call.

Guidelines:

  • Halloween/Monster Theme
  • Isolated central figure in design that continues past poster borders
  • Multiple design assets that can be isolated and used for displays
  • Include Surly logo.
  • 12×18 packaged, print-ready file. Vector art preferred.

Full creative brief here (.pdf).

Submission form below. Good luck!

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