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What’s Your Vision For A Sporcle T-Shirt? Contest

This contest is now closed. Thanks for your awesome entries!

Asta is waiting for your brilliant ideas.

Your favorite online source for stimulating diversions, is partnering with your favorite online source for awesome T-Shirts. Sporcle is teaming up with T-Shirts.com to bring you the “What’s Your Vision For A Sporcle T-Shirt? Contest.”

Sporcle addicts and T-Shirts.com fans have a lot of shared talents: Creativity, knowledge of pop culture trends, and a knack for making tough decisions under pressure. (There’s still debate over whether it’s more stressful to narrow down your T-Shirts shopping cart, or quickly type that last Sporcle answer as the clock counts down to zero!)

Now is your chance to showcase these talents, by sharing your vision for a Sporcle T-Shirt design! The top 4 submissions will receive a $50 merchandise credit to T-Shirts.com.

How do you enter you ask? Easy! Just comment on this blog post with your idea:

  •  Are you a wordsmith? Great- you can comment with a phrase or saying  that you think should be on the shirt
  • Are you a PhotoShop prodigy? Perfect- comment with an image of your T-Shirt design

Best of luck! Send us your pretty tees pretty please!

35 Comments on What’s Your Vision For A Sporcle T-Shirt? Contest

  1. The T-Shirt should have on the front, a Sporcle Quiz with one answer spot which should be left blank. The question/quiz title should be “Can You Name the Best Trivia website?”

    On The back there should be the same format except the answer should be filled in to say sporcle!

  2. Can I strongly recommend that any T-shirt have a http://www.sporcle.com QR code as part of the design. That way, people can link to the site just by point their iPhone or iPad or whatever it is these kids ‘n their durn machines these days, why when I was their age, we had to buy memory in increments of 16 kB! And we were glad to have it!

    • It’s hilarious how many people immediately thought of Kyrgyzstan. This, however, is my favorite. I love the text.

  3. And Paul Beck – honestly that wasn’t there when I loaded the page but it says you posted it 15 minutes before me. No idea why that happened as I’m sure I didn’t spend 15 minutes typing my comment. I think I might have another go since everyone has already beaten me to that joke.

    • Bazmerelda – All new commenters have to be approved on the blog, since it gets A LOT of Spam. Paul’s comment was in the approval queue when you posted.

      • Ah, that makes sense. I just thought I was going crazy. At least the system seems to work – I don’t remember seeing any spam here.

        Here is a non-Kyrgyzstani themed attempt. Designing T-Shirts is fun! :)

  4. Simple, yet effective? If people just see the back, they will scan the code out of curiousness!

  5. Wasn’t sure if we’re allowed to do 2… The font colour and stuff can be changed to classic Sporcle orange as well perhaps

  6. Front: “Trivia junkie and proud.”
    Back: The Sporcle logo with your own user picture in the middle of the globe, with text underneath with your username.
    For instance mine would be “WackyZacky” underneath my profile picture.

  7. Looks like everyone had the same thought about Kyrgyzstan! What about:

    The Kyrgyzstan Appreciation Society #Sporcle

  8. I’m no master when it comes to photoshop, so I’ll try to best express my visions through words.

    On the front, it will say in he Sporcle logo font, “United We Sporcle” and on the back it will be a bunch of hands of different races (symbolizing that Sporcle is played all around the world) touching the Sporcle ball logo thing like it is a crystal ball.

  9. Someone has to buff out the details since me and paint and related programs never got along.

    • “If your life depended
      on knowing what this symbol is,
      you’ll have this t-shirt to thank”