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Friendly T-shirt Design Competition

We'll soon be putting in a bulk order for new club T-shirts with "ANU Scuba Club" proudly emblazoned across the back. The design on the front? Well, that's up to you, the creative membership. Send us your artwork over the next two weeks and it will be displayed below. During this time, we'll also be accepting votes for the entries on display (see below). The "winning" artist will, of course, receive his/her shirt free of charge. And for those worried that this is reminiscent of the Daffodil Renaming Hoax, let us assure you that it isn't: (i) it's not April 1st and (ii) these shirts won't be pink.

Rules of Entry

  1. Must be a current ANUSC member.
  2. Artwork can be hand-drawn or computerized, single colour only, avoid fine detail that may not reproduce, maximum design size on shirt is A4. A larger design template of just the shirt front can be downloaded here.

Voting

  1. Must be a current ANUSC member. (Morally, you should be considering purchasing a shirt, no?)
  2. One vote per person listing your 5 favourites in decreasing order.
    Name:
    Email:
     
    First:
    Second:
    Third:
    Fourth:
    Fifth:
     

The shirts are 100% cotton, 180gsm T-shirts custom-made (in Australia) for Paddywack in Fyshwick, sized S-XXL. The price will be approximately $25 each ($20 for students), ordering and pre-payment to occur in the week following the design competition.

Update: Voting Results

There were 28 votes as follows:

 8 12 6 7 1            2 5 8 3 1           12 11 5 10 9          1 6 8 9
 6 7 8 1 11            8 6                 8 2 7 3 12            10 8 12 1 5
 3 1 5 6 7             8 9 1 5 3           2 8 6 3 4             6 2 8 1 3
 6 8                   5 3 12              1 11 6 3 9            12 7 10 6 9
 12 3 9 7 2            3                   8                     6 10 7 8
 12 5 11 8 7           10 12 11 9 1        6 9 11 12             8
 3 7 1 2 11            11 5 9 10 11        1 3 4 2 6             8 5 1 12 10
The winner is design #8, "Dive Canberra". Peter Christen thinks its daggy, but democracy has spoken.

For those interested, the tallying was done with the free package vote-engine, and design #8 wins regardless of which generally accepted counting techinque one uses, be it "first past the post", instant-runoff voting, condorcet, ranked pairs. Tallying up with 5 points for a first through to 1 point for a fifth yields, in descending order of preference, 8 (63 pts), 6 (47 pts), 12 (39 pts), 1 and 3 (37 pts each), ...

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