Competition: we've teamed up with Australian T-shirt company Hello Fresco to give away six of their latest designs.
The T-shirts are designed "by a Ginger lad in Brisbane" and printed in plastisol inks on American Apparel t-shirts in Texas.
Dezeen readers can also get 30% off at the Hello Fresco store - just use the promotion code DEZEENERS.
To enter this competition email your name, age, gender, occupation, and delivery address and telephone number to email@example.com with “Hello Fresco” in the subject line. We won’t pass your information on to anyone else; we just want to know a little about our readers.
Competition closes 6 December 2011. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email.
Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page.
Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
Here are some more details from Hello Fresco:
In todays highly liquid world we are engulfed by seas of choice and more than ever we struggle to decide exactly what it is we want.
Hello Fresco has decided that more choice is not cooler, better, nor more enjoyable.
Hello Fresco was conceived to bring you a couple of clean cool tees at random and to make choosing simple.
We don't believe in seasons, as tees are non-seasonal.
We believe tees should be released slowly and continually as ideas arise, not pumped out to satisfy 'collections' or other old-school fashion ways.
Hello Fresco is all about upbeat, clean, simple and optimistic designs. We bring fresh tees to your torso, two at a time!
Hopefully you enjoy them as much as they do making them.
If you can’t wait to see who wins, you can jump over to the online store here!
Congratulations to the winners! Milda in Denmark, Maureen in Wales, Benjamin in Germany, Paolo in Italy and Celina and Isha in the UK.
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