Create a design about protecting our planet's habitats and species.
WWF does more than protect cute cuddly pandas, fuzzy arctic polar bears, and other endangered species. As the world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works to inspire all of us to protect and restore the places where we live and rely on for our resources. That could mean taking shorter showers to conserve water, buying locally produced foods to reduce our carbon footprint, or joining a campaign for renewable energy to reduce fossil fuel consumption.
And now you can help support WWF’s global conservation efforts by creating a design about both the little and big things we can do to look after our natural world. Design a t-shirt to show us what you find most inspiring about the Earth’s habitats and species and why we should all help them to thrive. You should not use any logos in your design.
The winning design will be printed on 100% certified organic cotton with water-based sustainable inks and dyes, so it's best to submit your design on a light color tee. 25% of the net proceeds from the winning tee will be donated to WWF.
Here's how it works
Get your idea ready to submit
Read our submission guidelines to learn about printing techniques, creating high resolution artwork, preparing presentation files, and following the rules! You'll also find color specifications and downloadable assets like templates and blank photos for mockups.
Submit to the challenge
Once you've prepared your design files, it's time to submit it for scoring! Follow the instructions and fill out the form (the whole thing).
Submissions have closed.
The community scores your design
For 7 days, the Threadless community scores your design 1 to 5 and leaves comments. These scores and comments help us pick which designs to print. You're encouraged to promote your design to friends, family, and the rest of the Internet!
If your design is printed, you'll get:
At WWF we're creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature to thrive. We’re well-known around the world for our work with wildlife, but there’s much more to WWF than pandas and tigers …
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