Minneapolis, MN: The board of Minnesota Leather Pride (MNLP) has narrowed our selection of potential themes for 2017 to two: F*ck It! and Walk in Her Boots. The board is now accepting design and concept submissions for both potential themes to be used for the annual MNLP dog tags, t-shirts, and other marketing materials. The board will select the final theme when the final artwork is selected.
When these themes were suggested, the contributor included the following descriptions:
"A year of breaking the rules and limitations that hold us back. A year to be bold. I think this can have a bit, or more than a bit, of a punk attitude. A year of not worrying about being pretty, but being dirty and gritty."
Walking In Her Boots
"Optional subtheme: Celebration of Women in Leather. A year to focus our thinking towards women in leather and how we can all be inclusive and welcoming. "
As in past years, all members of the community are welcome to submit concepts/designs. Submissions are due November 7. A PDF of the dog tag size can be downloaded from www.mnleatherpride.org/images/dog-tag-outlines.pdf.
Concepts/designs should be sent to email@example.com and the submissions will be reviewed by the board on November 14. A final theme and design will be determined on December 12.
Submitting designers are encouraged but not required to attend the November 14 meeting and present their concept/design. While artistic renderings are encouraged, written descriptions of design concepts are also welcome.
About Minnesota Leather Pride
Minnesota Leather Pride committee has existed in one form or another for over 21 years. We are an all-volunteer organization made up of women and men from all parts of the Minnesota Kink, BDSM, and leather communities. Minnesota Leather Pride celebrates, honors, and nurtures our culture and history by facilitating communication and building alliances among individuals and groups within the leather/kink/BDSM community; offering opportunities for education, social interaction, visibility, activism, and community service. For more information on Minnesota Leather Pride, visit www.mnleatherpride.org.