Derby Preview #772: NSF...WFH

No pants, video gaming, conference call not muted… all the dangers of working from home.

Be a little careful here, we need designs that look good on shirts, not just internet memes! Nothing raunchy, too risque or offensive please, it will get taken down asap!

No politics, no cream shirts.

*This Derby begins MONDAY July 27th at 8pm, CST. & ends MONDAY August 3rd at 8pm, CST. The three winning designs will be featured as the Daily offers Tuesday-Thursday. Great designs that don’t win may be included in an Editor’s Choice sale on Friday, so be sure to check back and see who makes the cut!

Please be sure to have your artwork ready to submit with your entry as part of the new submission process!

If you want to submit any off-topic designs, submit here!

If you are new to the derby and want to participate, WELCOME! Also, in addition to the rules above please check out our content guidelines here so you know what works and what doesn’t over here at Woot!

You can also download updated templates for your artwork over here . Happy designing

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Kind of feels like this derby should have been called NSF…Staying on Topic.

So many designs off-theme. :unamused:

It all seems pretty on theme to me? I don’t think I see any designs that aren’t either about working from home or about things that are not safe for work (or both).


I think the issue is the “NSF” part. If it’s just “Work from home” that’s an entirely different thing. Some of these are just WFH shirts as opposed to NSFWFH shirts. Some aren’t even that though.

Anyway, just my 2 cents, and worth about as much.


I’ve tried entering one of my designs into this derby, but every time I look at the page, it hasn’t shown up. Did I do something wrong?

If the file sizes are too large, that can happen. Make sure the comp and thumbnail are limited to the recommended sizes.

Yes, @acraigl is right, if your file sizes are too large, you will still get a confirmation message (we’re working on that) but your sub won’t actually go through. Make them smaller and try again.

These are the recommended sizes:

  • Print-Ready PNG: 4500 x 5400 pixels (15" X 18")
  • Design Thumbnail: 186 x 186 pixels
  • Design Mockup: 600 x 600 pixels

Thank you! How would I go about making them smaller? I’m sorry, I’m new to this.

Which design program are you using?

If you want to share the files here or link to a cloud sharing site, I’m happy to take a look at them.