There were five entries in our T-shirt contest which we ran in conjunction with Print Mighty. The winner will receive their T-shirt printed free of charge, colour and style according to their wishes. And the product will go into our store!
Here are the entries in alphabetical order of the artist's name! Jill Quigley's shirt had a back and a front, and is self-explanatory I think. Love it! We've called it METAMORPHOSIS.
Here's Leah's entry which we've called PURIRI as it has a front and a back featuring our beautiful puriri moth.
Maanvir (8) and his sister, Mishika aged 10, each designed a shirt! Aren't they clever! Love their use of colours.
Olivia is a 9-year-old eco-warrior ambassador from Cockle Bay Primary School, Auckland. She told us: "I love all animals, flowers and trees. And am a future guardian of this land." Great work Olivia! And of course, the name we've given this shirt is WILD CHILD.
Yvonne Wallis submitted two very clever designs, and hers make up our list of entries!
Here's how to vote! Vote for your favourite designs by leaving a comment below this blog post, referring to the name of the T-shirt. You may cast multiple votes if you can't decide on one. You can also vote on our Facebook or Instagram pages (links at the bottom of the blog page).
Voting closes 5pm, Tuesday 30 November. One person will WIN their own T-shirt printed by Print Mighty free of charge, colour and style according to their wishes.