BBM Stickamania Nigeria

Congratulations!

Thanks to everyone who participated in BBM Stickamania, the very talented illustrators and the passionate voters. All the submissions are fantasic, but only a few can win. Nigerians have voted, our judges have decided, and we are pleased to announce our very deserving 2016 BBM Stickamania Winners!

What you can win

1st Prize

500,000 Naira
+ Sales Revenue From BBM Sticker Shop

2nd Prize

250,000 Naira
+ Sales Revenue From BBM Sticker Shop

3rd Prize

125,000 Naira
+ Sales Revenue From BBM Sticker Shop


 

Runner-up Prizes
(15 Winners)

25,000 Naira

Voters Prizes
(30 Winners)

10,000 Naira Airtime Recharge

Dates you need to know

Submission Start
JANUARY

11

2016

Submission Deadline
FEBRUARY

12

2016

Voting Period
FEBRUARY

8

2016
UNTIL
FEBRUARY

19

2016

Winners Announced
FEBRUARY

22

2016

How to Apply

1 Fill out the registration form and agree to the terms and conditions.

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2 Read the design guidelines and follow the instructions

Read Guidelines

3 Submit your sticker using the provided submission form.

Submit Entry

Design Guidelines

File format: PNG
The background of the sticker images must be transparent.

Sticker size: 1000 x 1000 pixels
Export to PNG using screen resolution (72 dpi).

Number of stickers: Minimum of 3 Stickers in a pack
You can zip the images into one file for submission


Design Tips

  • Make your sticker design creative and memorable, with the potential to be used frequently in everyday situations.
  • Clear message communication and legibility are important. We recommend simple yet well-illustrated stickers that convey common social interactions and useful Nigerian slangs
  • Your design must be original. Plagiarised sticker designs, or those that are too similar to an existing design may be disqualified or are unlikely to receive a good score
  • Sticka designs should capture Nigerian culture, lifestyle and trends in a positive way.
  • Avoid images, landscapes, and unrealistic images or illustrations.
  • Avoid unusual messages that cannot be applied to general conversations.
  • Avoid designs that are too simplistic and contain only single colours or characters, such as numbers or letters etc.
  • Design dimensions should not be distorted or disproportionate
  • No vulgarity, sexuality or violence. This includes racism, tribalism, bigotry and morally questionable messages, such as underage drinking, smoking etc.

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