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Nutcase’s Unframed Helmet Art Design Submissions are Pouring In

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We actually mentioned it in one of our end of week round ups a little while back, but Nutcase helmets are holding a big international competition to design the artwork of their next Unframed helmet. They are getting a strong response this year and shared some of the fun and crazy submissions coming in from all over the world. The Unframed campaign was started as a way to bring even more creativity in their already unique helmet graphics and the limited edition helmets were a way to raise money to support World Bicycle Relief. Hop past the fold to get a sneak peek at some more of the submissions coming in…

all images courtesy of Nutcase

Unframed is Nutcase’s annual global search for artists, designers and lovers of creativity to submit designs to become unique bike helmets, and to benefit World Bicycle Relief in 2016. There is still time to enter if you feel some inspiration.

Designers who want to submit their artwork for consideration by Nutcase have til Monday, November 30th. Just download a template from Nutcase’s website and let the paint flow.

2015 Winners


2014 Winners


From their Press Release:

Nutcase Unframed offers people from anywhere in the world a chance to submit ideas for Nutcase’s next limited edition collection of Unframed helmets. Chosen artists will collaborate with Nutcase on production line helmet designs for a cash prize of $500, and may also be offered to join Nutcase at the world’s two largest bike shows – Eurobike in Germany and Interbike in Las Vegas. At the shows, participants will create live art which will be auctioned off to benefit World Bicycle Relief, the organization that provides bicycles to people in need across the globe. Over the past two years Nutcase has received entries from artists as far flung as Columbia, the Philippines, Brazil, the U.S. and Europe.


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