Posted by Miranda May 28, 2008

Clutter magazine is proud to announce the biggest design competition we have ever run and quite possibly the largest the designer toy world has ever seen!

Clutter magazine is proud to announce the biggest design competition we have ever run and quite possibly the largest the designer toy world has ever seen!

In conjunction with adFunture we have launched the Yoka contest. But this is no ordinary contest - this is an amazing chance to get your design made into a production piece! Go check out the new minisite www.cluttermagazine.com/yoka and get your thinking caps on.

All designs submitted will be uploaded to the minisite and then put to a public vote to decide the winner. This is a great opportunity for both new and known artists to get involved in a great new platform toy and see your idea become a reality.

So please get involved and spread the word.
Thanks
Clutter and adFunture

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