Design a T-shirt for autism awareness

Yours could be the winning design of the T-shirts, hoodies and totes sold during World Autism Awareness Week

NAS

Part of getting people to understand autism is giving more people an insight into the autistic experience – and the National Autism Society is inviting you to create a design that gives others an insight into that experience.

It can be your own experience or the experience of someone you know with autism, like a family member or friend, and it’s all about getting creative.

Six winning designs will be printed and sold during World Autism Awareness Week this year (2-8 April 2016). That’s three adults and three children, all of whom will receive their own T-shirt, hoody and tote bag printed with their design.

The designs will be sold in pop-up shops up and down the country.

Log on to the NAS design studio here and then email your entry to merchandise@nas.org.uk. The deadline is Monday 7 March, so get designing!

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