Every year, Arlington holds a competition for high school students to design the next county vehicle decal. Voting is currently underway for the 2011-2012 decal contest, with four perfectly adequate designs to choose from.
But what it you’re not a high school student? Why can’t you be in the running for the contest?
Well, that’s where we come in. Today we’re launching our first annual Alternative Vehicle Decal Contest.
So fire up Photoshop and design the most breathtaking or humorous decal you can come up with. Next week we’ll pick a few of our favorites and let everybody vote on them. The winner will receive the high honor of being named the best alternative decal designer in Arlington.
Use the blank decal here as a template, then use our new image upload feature in the comments to display your masterpiece for all to see. Good luck!
(Just to be clear, this contest is not sanctioned by Arlington County or any other governmental body.)
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