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Please check out We Love Colors graphic design contest...

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Hello Lovers!

We Love Colors is having a really cool contest right now, I wanted to share it with you, because there are really talented people here on ColourLovers. Sorry for late notice the contest ends tomorrow (Sept 10). (Please forward to whomever may be interested, this competition is open to everyone.)


Contest Information

The prizes are amazing, over $500 worth, which include a Wacom Tablet, iTunes Gift Cards, Helvetica Moleskines, Pantone Mugs, Blurt.com Gift Certificates, and Walls Notebooks.

For those of you that are not familiar We Love Colors is a clothing company that does all of our own textile coloration at our location in Miami, Florida. Currently over 50 colors and funky multicolored designs we call Splash Colors. We started as a family business 2002 / 2003 with me and my dad with our first employee my sister. My dad was a expert dyer that could create any color on fabric by blending together dyes by eye. He would hit the color dead on with max 3 attempts!!

Our website is:
www.welovecolors.com

Thank you, Craig
Founder - We Love Colors
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wist wrote:
Lovely Lakes wrote:
wist wrote:
You could use a hexadecimal calculator; that would be faster.

Thanks for the tip, wist.

Actually, I was wrong, I just tried it; the averages come out different. Sorry.

Oh, well, thanks for trying to help anyways.
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