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Red Bull Doodle Art Returns To Campuses Nationwide

September 13, 2012

Red Bull Doodle Art Returns To Campuses Nationwide In Search Of The Ultimate Doodler!

On Monday September 17, Red Bull Doodle Art, an innovative on-campus doodling competition will return to selected University campuses around New Zealand, saving students from eternal boredom of long lectures.

When the class starts to drag on, students can simply flip their doodle cards over and start creating their best work of art using pens, pencils, or whatever they can get their hands on. Students can be as creative as they like with their doodles and submit numerous entries, although only one entry will be chosen to go through into the top 40.

Unlike previous years where there was one main competition between a few universities, each of the six universities will now have its own competition and winners. This year, the drawing skills of students at Auckland University, Unitec, AUT University, Massey Wellington, Victoria University and Canterbury University will be tested.

The grand prize is a personal Red Bull Cooler branded with the winning art work and a year’s supply of Red Bull Energy Drink. The second place winner and student voted winning doodle will win a case of Red Bull Energy Drink, and all winners will receive a canvas recreation of their artwork.

Once the competition has started there will be a period of two weeks (September 17 – October 12) in which students can submit their masterpiece into the Doodle Art Drop Boxes around campus. The Red Bull Wings team will be nearby to answer any questions and to get those creative juices flowing!

The top 40 doodlers will be notified by email and their doodles will be displayed at a pop up gallery on campus where all students can check out the best doodles and vote for their favourites. The top 40 doodlers of each university will be invited to a private exhibition evening where the winners for 2012 will be announced.

Time to get doodling and get your doodle into a drop box!

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