We are pleased to announce the winners of the "2nd Kyushu T-shirt Design Contest," which solicited T-shirt design ideas with the theme "Enjoy Kyushu!"
During the period, 300 works were collected from all over the country.
All of the works were wonderful and full of local love, and all the staff had a lot of fun selecting them.
Thank you very much to everyone who applied!
As a result of the selection, the winners were determined as follows.
Illustrated historical figures related to Kyushu. I included "REP RESENT KYUSYU" written at the top because it means "representing Kyushu" and I wanted to express a casual and frank atmosphere as if introduced by a rapper or MC. By the way, the members are, from top left, Takamori Saigo, Shiro Amakusa, Kiyomasa Kato, Toshimichi Okubo, Kanbei Kuroda, Yukichi Fukuzawa, Francisco Xavier, Atsuhime Tenshoin, and Philip Franz von Siebold.
All the historical greats who symbolize Kyushu are here!
The illustrations were gorgeous and gave me a sense of intimacy.
Even if it is designed on a T-shirt, it will give a bright impression.
This is a grand prize of applause for the nine people and the author who created the foundation of a fun Kyushu.
Author: Ryoka Nomura
Based on the concept of "Let's enjoy Kyushu with family and friends!"
I tried to use the specialties and characteristics of each prefecture in Kyushu as pizza ingredients.
I ate this when I went on a trip to Nagasaki four years ago.
The design is based on the memorable Sasebo burger.
Nine deformed characters for "Shu" are lined up to represent "Kyushu".
It has a rebus-like design.
We created a manga (Tokiwaso style) + pop graphics based on the basic concept of a familiar art museum.
I'm happiest when I'm eating delicious food.
With the motif of mentaiko, a specialty of Fukuoka,
I drew a character with a relaxed atmosphere.
Author: Riko Haruki
The dialect ``batten = but, but''
I made it into a stylish one-point logo.
The dialect is cute, so any excuses or complaints will be forgiven on this T-shirt.
It is a logo with the word "Kumamoto" that looks like a pattern.
The tightly packed typeface is inspired by the stone walls of Kumamoto Castle.
I drew a silkscreen style ``Mentaiko'' with Andy Warhol in mind.
Mentaiko is delicious as a pasta sauce or pizza topping.
This is a photo of a hot air balloon floating in the sky of Saga.
Combined with cosmos flowers, it makes you feel happy.
The image is that the white part of the cloud is connected to the T-shirt.
We have created a colorful wreath that incorporates the specialties and sights of the seven prefectures of Kyushu.
It's already been a year since the Tokyo Olympics, but we've wrapped up the excitement with Kyushu's specialties.