Del Sol welcomes freelance artists to submit their art for pay and praise, getting their solful work in front of millions of people worldwide!
Since 1994, Del Sol’s color-changing shirt designs have transformed the dimensions of art forever, combining sunshine and science to create a whole new spectrum of light and color.
We value the work of artists from around the world and look forward to bringing independent artists’ talents to life through Del Sol’s unique, color-changing designs.
Before getting started, become familiar with the color-changing shirt designs found on www.delsol.com and use what you see as a tool to understand the overall look of Del Sol’s designs. Become acquainted with the level of art we expect to receive.
Submit something new – something that you didn’t see on our site. We’re not looking for the exact same thing, so introduce something unique - a new perspective on our existing color-changing themes. Most Del Sol designs are sold in resort destinations and should incorporate a vacation, resort feel.
If artwork submitted was not created on the computer; and at the time of purchase you are unable to supply us with a digital computer file for color separation purposes, we will need to renegotiate the $250 compensation.
Be aware that any and all images presented in any particular design must be your original art, and free and clear of any copyrights, thus avoiding any legal disputes.
Upon purchase, Del Sol will own the submitted art design outright. Use of images from books and other printed media does not mean that they are public domain. Photo and illustrated images must be original and owned by the artist submitting the design, and they must transfer the rights of these images to Del Sol upon purchase of their design. Artists will be held legally co-responsible for any infringement issues that may arise. We do our best to set ourselves apart from other apparel companies by offering art that is one of a kind.
All preliminary work is submitted on the speculation that we will purchase your design, but only when a design is actually purchased is the artist compensated at a one-time payment of $250 or $350 based on the pay structure outlined.