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My work has been removed from a competition, Why?
Most likely, your work breaks the regulations and this has been noticed by moderators. Every time this happens, the designer is informed about the reasons of it:
  • Your work does not meet certain aesthetic criteria.
  • Your work is a plagiarism
  • Your work is not original - it contains too many characteristic elements, which you used in your previous creations.
  • Your work was submitted by you for other contest (you can not submit the same creation for various competitions)
  • Your work exists in the Marketplace or other section. Remove it from there and then submit for a contest.
  • Your work contains forbidden elements - stock materials, clip-arts etc., or abusive, obscene materials. Remove them from your creation and then submit it for a competition.

    • If none of reasons seems right to you - contact us
      If any of above mentioned reasons helped you, contact us:

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