The annual UT Grand Prix t-shirt design competition by UNIQLO has finally concluded, and the Japanese fashion brand has unveiled the 25 designs that will be made into t-shirts.
Over 16,000 entries were received, and the winning designs were selected by Mr. Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Mario, and the rest of the Nintendo team.
Mr. Takashi Kawazoe from Japan took home the grand prize for his pixelated Mario t-shirt – he receives a cash prize of USD$10,000 and a Nintendo Switch console signed by Mr. Miyamoto, reports Polygon.
By the looks of things, the collection will probably drop in Japan and Western locations first on May 19, 2017. The t-shirts are priced at 1,500 Yen (approx. S$18.70) for adult sizes and 990 Yen (approx. S$12.35) for kids.
Update: The UNIQLO x Nintendo Collection will drop in Singapore on June 5, 2017.
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