As we all know memes are basically the lifeblood of the interwebs. They give us great content to share, help to express our emotions, make us laugh, and connect people from all over the world. While some memes have text that accompanies them, they are generally described as content that’s shareable and based on a trending topic, you know like sloths or unicorns. Having said that let’s make some internet history:
Over the next 4 weeks we’ll issue you a design challenge.
- We give you a theme that’s trending.
- You use the theme to create some new meme-worthy designs.
- You share your new meme using #MarchMemes and #Redbubble on Instagram or Twitter.
- You upload your designs to Redbubble and make sure to use the hashtag #MarchMemes.
- You could win $100 and get featured on the Redbubble homepage.
That’s right, this challenge is taking place on Instagram AND Twitter. This way you have more than one way to participate, much awesome, so wow. To give you some inspiration, and show what March Memes is all about, check out some trending works below, and get those creative ideas flowing to make the next trending design.
See the current challenge below, and remember to keep checking this blog post as we will be updating it with each new challenge. Now a message from our legal team. Read the full terms and conditions here.
Week 4 – Finished
The final week of the challenge was all about totally epic designs! We’re talking dinosaurs, lasers, astronauts, narwhals, which are all very epic in their own right, but making them even more epic. Epic-er?
Congratulations to the winner, spectralstories!
For your promotional needs, we have a new Wall Art Template (Examples Below). These templates work much like our previous templates. The great thing about this template, is that you can choose between two types of wall prints or a wall sized sticker for your art.
Week 3 – Finished
The third week of the challenge was all about Odd Mashups!
Congratulations to the winner, reyreypelcastre!
Week 2 – Finished
March 14th was Pi Day! So we had a challenge all about science.
Congratulations to the winner, dcrownfield!
Week 1 – Finished
March is Women’s History Month, so the first week’s challenge was to create some female-powered designs.
Congratulations to the winner, Patricia Tokarz!
Here are some tips to help when designing viral content.
- Only use text when necessary. The best viral content inspires others to develop their own stories based on the concept.
- Create the design using your individual style. We want to see great original memes from your perspective.
- Trending topics connect people, and new forms of that topic keep it fresh, so think a new way to present the topic.
- Your meme-worthy creations will be added to products, so keep in mind how your design will look on each product.
- Have Fun!