Competition: Graphic design of Breezy Johnson’s Olympic ski helmet
Enter to get your artwork on Breezy Johnson’s helmet for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Contest winner can ski half day with podium contender downhill.
Send your downhill art to the Beijing 2022 Winter Games – at 80 mph, on the head of American skier Breanna Noble “Breezy” Johnson. Any artist who works on any stationary medium can participate in the competition. Submit an artwork in pencil, ink, chalk, digital art, oil or watercolor to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to compete for the grand prize.
Johnson will select four finalists and the winner will receive an enticing package. Not only will Johnson be wearing the winning art on her helmet in the downhill and super-G, but she will also be skiing with the winner for half a day. The winner also receives a pair of Skis or one snowboard, as well as a version of the ornate helmet.
How the ski helmet art competition works
First, gather your ideas around the design theme: “Winter in Jackson Hole”. Johnson’s hometown ski mountain inspires the contest, so effective submissions would center on Jackson Hole ski races, wildlife, Teton Village, and more.
Start with an 8.5 x 11 inch or 11 x 17 inch sheet of paper or a 300 dpi digital document. You can use the helmet template provided to help shape your work. Once you’ve put the finishing touches, take a photo and send it to Breezy Johnson Jackson Hole Email Address.
Johnson will work with a panel of judges to choose four finalists. If she chooses your design, be prepared to send the physical original to the station for high resolution scanning. If your artwork is digital, your original 300 dpi submission will work.
Finally, a public vote will decide the grand prize winner via Instagram Wednesday January 19. All the information to be entered is available online via Jackson Hole.
Breezy Johnson’s career and prospects for the 2022 Winter Olympics
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will kick off on February 4. Breezy Johnson plans to compete in the women’s super-G on February 11 and the downhill on February 15.
After years of knee injuries that hampered her promising competitive career, she returned to win her first World Cup podium in December 2020 during a downhill in Val d’Isère, France.
Johnson could take your artwork far to Beijing. Known for her aggressive style, she is a downhill medal favorite.