We’re very excited to announce our first big contest! We plan to build a Little Free Library filled with cookbooks and books about food to put in front of the market, and we are asking you to come up with the design!
The winning design will be seen through to completion by DOUGH’s stellar construction/design crew
and displayed prominently on Merrimon Avenue filled with books for all to enjoy.
(And yes, there will be cookbooks!)
1st prize: The winner will also receive a $100 gift card to be used at DOUGH for food and/or cooking classes.
2nd prize: a $50 gift card.
3rd prize: a $25 gift card.
All entrants will receive a free DOUGH bowl scraper!
How It Works
- Starting Tuesday, November 20, designers should scan and submit their sketches or graphic art via Facebook.
- Designs must be received by Dec. 11 in order to be considered.
- Submitted designs will be posted on Facebook for the public to vote on their favorite one.
- A committee made up of DOUGH staff and a few select others will choose one winning design plus a second and third prize from the five entries that receive the most votes.
- Winners will be announced on Facebook Sunday, Dec. 16!
- Use either The Basic* library design (seen above) for the basis of your design or feel free to think outside the library box! Either way, please remember we are working with a $300 budget. (This is a library box, not the Guggenheim.)
- Keep DOUGH in mind when you design. We are a chef-driven market that will offer prepared foods, baked goods, a well-curated grocery as well as cooking classes.
- Designer’s block? Look to the Little Free Library gallery for inspiration. Library designs will be posted on Facebook for everyone to vote on, so make sure your plan/sketch is easily understood. Entries should include a visual of what your finished library would look like along with 140 characters to describe your vision, process or any stand-out elements.
- The public will have until Dec. 14 to vote on Facebook. That’s your chance to get the word out about your design and win votes! Learn more about Little Free Libraries here.
- Questions? Email us here.