Goodordering young designers competition

Goodordering young designers competition

Entries for the 2024

Goodordering Bag design Competition will close on Friday 19 July 2024 at 11pm 

 All entries must relate to the theme for this year’s Competition:

A bag to calm my nerves

 

Rules and how to enter:
- Entries must be presented on 1 or 2 x A4 pages
- The prize is open to anyone between the ages of 10 and 14 living in the UK
- The competition is free to enter
- Please include your full nameage at the time of designing  and a contact email for a parent/carer or teacher
- Send your entry in PDF format to jacqui@goodordering.com with the subject line "Young bag designer competition entry"
- The closing date for entries is Friday 19 July, 11pm

What we are looking for:

We are looking for a functional bag design that is original and creative. The design could feature interesting details on the inside or outside. Think about different materials, sustainability and the way the product is used by the owner, as well as how it is manufactured.

If the bag was made it should retail for under £100 

The bag should be maximum size  48cm x 33cm x 15cm but can be smaller. It could be creative in how it is used or carried or what it is designed to carry.

The submission should be an annotated drawing either done by hand or computer or a combination. It can include images found on the internet showing details but the whole design should fit on 2 x A4 pages.

You can show different views (multiple drawings) of the bag to illustrate your design.

Prize

First prize:

* Your design published on the Goodordering.com website
* £200 prize money
* The winner of the competition will have their bag made depending on the design (some changes may be made). If the bag is produced, you will receive10% of all sales royalties.

Second prize: 

* Your design published on the Goodordering.com website
* £100 prize money 

Third prize

* Your design published on the Goodordering.com website
* £50 prize money

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Format

Here are some ideas for how to present your design, it could be hand drawn but make it clear and easy to understand. It does not have to follow exactly these images below but they are here as a guide.

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