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Contest: Design a Klean Kanteen Water Bottle

We're big fans of metal water bottles. They help reduce plastic waste, encourage people to use free public water sources, and, of course, keep us...

We're big fans of metal water bottles. They help reduce plastic waste, encourage people to use free public water sources, and, of course, keep us hydrated. Now, in honor of Earth Day, we're inviting you to design a Klean Kanteen Earth Day Bottle for GOOD.UPDATE: The winner has been announced!UPDATE: We've selected finalists and opened voting here.the OBJECTIVEDesign the Klean Kanteen GOOD Special Edition Earth Day Bottles.the ASSIGNMENTBreak out your art-creating equipment/software and make a design that can appear on the Klean Kanteen GOOD Earth Day bottles. The design should somehow relate to the theme of Earth Day, but it can be representational or abstract, it can be a pattern, or it could even just be text.the INSPIRATIONWe whipped up a quick example:


the REQUIREMENTSSend us an e-mail at projects[at]goodinc[dot]com with your design. Here are the technical requirements:

We'll accept submissions until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 8. On Tuesday, March 9 we'll update this post with information about how to vote. We'll count votes though Friday, March 12 and announce the winner on Tuesday, March 16. The winner will get five Klean Kanteen GOOD Special Edition Earth Day bottles sporting his or her design.the SUBMISSIONSFrom Voon Poh Yin:

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