Elements Fonts Contest | Win $2,500 in Prizes!

Nominate Your Best New Fonts for Our Elements Contest.

We’re running an Elements contest to find the best new Fonts on Envato Elements! By publishing a new item in the Fonts category, you could win a share in $2,500 worth of prizes.

If you’ve been thinking of upskilling, now is the perfect time to do so!  Here are the top reasons why you should expand your creative skills with fonts:

  • Fonts are trending!
  • Designing a font is a great way to try both traditional and digital media.
  • Your drawing skills will improve.
  • You’ll learn a new skill, which can be added to your portfolio.
  • You will become more proficient in design by learning how to pair and combine fonts.
  • It’s convenient to use your own fonts in your designs.

Check out this tutorial on Tuts+ to learn how to create your own font and get involved with our latest fonts contest! We’ve also compiled a list of some of our favorite font items at the moment to help you get inspired!

Foundry – font pack

Pine Font

Lorano Family

Haste – 3 Handmade Font

Moscato Script

SIGNIA Pro Modern Typeface + WebFont

Bowlist – Logo Type

How to Enter

  • Create a new Font and publish it to Elements.
  • Complete the contest: entry form
  • Submit your entry form by 11:59pm (AEST) May 31, 2018.
  • Read the full terms and conditions below.
  • You can enter as many times as you like (only new items will be eligible to win).

Prizes & Judging

We have some amazing cash prizes up for grabs, with a total prize pool of $2,500 up for grabs!

  • 1st prize >  $1,000
  • 2nd prize > $750
  • 3rd prize > $500
  • Honorable mentions > $50 each for up to 5 items (selected at the judge’s discretion).  

Our judges will be looking for fonts that are creative, on trend and have great overall design and presentation. We will announce the winners on the Elements forum in June 2018.

Make sure to check out the full contest Terms & Conditions in the forums post here.

Good Luck!

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