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Anyone who is of legal drinking age in the country/province/state in which he/she resides and who has agreed to the Terms of Use may submit artwork to Collective Arts Brewing.
We are looking for original artwork in any media, including but not limited to art, photography, music, music videos or video shorts (all referred to below as “artwork”).
To be considered, artwork must be a single work of original art derived from an original concept created by the entrant, to which the entrant has title. In addition, the submitted artwork must not:

Contain obscene, provocative, defamatory, sexually explicit or otherwise objectionable or inappropriate content.
Have been previously featured in any promotional campaign or otherwise in connection with any beer or alcoholic beverage manufacturer or retailer;

Selected artwork will be printed on Collective Arts Brewing beer bottle/can labels/coasters for up to eighteen months. In addition, artwork may be published on the Collective Arts Brewing website and Facebook or Twitter pages as well as other Collective Arts Brewing promotional items.
Yes. Entrants retain all rights, title, and interest in the artwork. Collective Arts Brewing is simply granted a license to use the artwork in connection with the production of beer labels, and publication on the Collective Arts Brewing website and promotional materials.
Yes. Each artist selected will receive $200 (Canadian) as compensation for the use of their work as outlined in the Collective Arts Brewing Limited terms of use document.
It is possible that your artwork may need to be altered in order to meet the practical demands of printing it on beer bottle labels (for example, scaling, cropping and colour). For this reason, we ask entrants to waive their moral rights in the artwork. However, Collective Arts Brewing endeavours to maintain the integrity and spirit of all selected artwork.”
It is anticipated that this unique project will generate significant media attention, and Collective Arts Brewing wants to make sure that the entrants get to take full advantage of this attention. As a result, we ask that entrants grant Collective Arts Brewing the right to use the entrantʼs name, likeness, location of residence and selected artwork in any publicity carried out by Collective Arts Brewing.
Artwork created by a band may be submitted, however, only a single entrant may be designated on the entry form (though the entire group may be credited). The designated entrant must take legal responsibility for all other members of the group.
The Terms of Use may be subject to change as warranted, (for example, to reflect changes in the Collective Arts Brewing business model or regulatory changes) and entrants are encouraged to refer back to the Terms of Use periodically.
Collective Arts Brewing cannot assign its obligations under the terms of use without the entrantʼs consent, unless it is to an affiliate (for example, another Collective Arts Brewing brand). Similarly, an entrant may not assign its obligations without the consent of Collective Arts Brewing.
All entrants must submit a label image at 1800×1800px in .jpg or .png formats in RGB color format.

In the case of original music videos or video shorts, the entrant must also include a link to a downloadable 1280×720 HD video. Acceptable links will reference videos stored on FTP sites, Vimeo, or Youtube.

In the case of original music, entrants must provide an .mp3 or link to a downloadable music video, in
addition to a label image the file formats described above.


Disclaimer: The information included in the “Frequently Asked Questions” section, is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be legally binding on Collective Arts Brewing. Entrants should read and consent to the Terms of Use before submitting artwork. Entrants are encouraged to obtain legal advice for questions involving interpretation of the Terms of Use and their legal rights and obligations