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Positive Heroes 'Inspire Courage' - WINNERS

shoutOut on 28/10/11 by DuncanBoxie in wordUp

It’s time to reveal the winners of our Positive Heroes Inspire Courage design contest!

We really had some breathtaking and truly inspiring work come through from our designers. The Positive Heroes team was just as blown-away as we were and had tons of positively inspired designs to choose from.




Congratulations to our GRAND PRIZE WINNER Nicebleed for his stunning design, Freedom to Happiness

This really is such a beautiful uplifting design.

Everyone we've spoken to found this to be supremely optimistic and perfect for spreading a positive message of hope!




Well done also to our 2 runners-up:

Nen101's design Be a [positive] Hero and Macuz's design Love

Both of these designs had loads of fans and suitably impressed Positive Heroes with their positive and inspiring messages of courage and hope.

The Positive Heroes annual Fashion Show BLOOM is coming up very soon - Thursday, 3 November.

We will be printing 80 t-shirts of the winning design to be worn by the Positive Heroes team and volunteers at this event.

The top 3 designs will also be printed on A1 stretch canvases to be auctioned off at the event and included in the Positive Heroes Crowdfunding Packages to be sold as part of a further fundraising initiative by Springleap.com - we aim to raise $100 000 for sustainable trench gardens. All proceeds will go to Positive Heroes charity.

If you would like to attend the Fashion Show, check out the Positive Heroes Facebook event page for details and buy your tickets to the event via ComputicketHERE.

We hope to see as many of you as possible at the fashion show. It will be a great event and also a perfect chance for designers to network.

THANK YOU to all the designers who made this contest such a huge success.

We asked you to design with the intent to help prevent millions of South Africans dying needlessly as a result of the stigma, fear and ignorance that still surrounds HIV.

We think you all did an AMAZING job!


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