Nintendo T-Shirt Design Contest Winner And Runner-Ups Revealed, See Them Here
The person who came up with this design apparently gets $10,000 and a Switch signed by Miyamoto himself.
[UPDATE] Pricing for the US has now been confirmed. The shirts go for $14.90 for men and women, and $9.90 for children. It's also been revealed that there were an astonishing 16,000 entries from around the world for the contest.
The original story is below.
Last year, Nintendo announced a collaboration with clothing company Uniqlo that challenged the community to come up with a t-shirt design themed around the Mario company. The winner and runner-ups have now been revealed.
The grand prize-winning shirt is Mario-themed, featuring a minimalistic 8-bit version of the portly plumber on the front and a simple "M" on the back, at the bottom. The men's and women's versions will sell for 1,500 yen in Japan, with a child's size available for 990 yen.
The second prize went to a Splatoon-themed shirt, while the third-place design is themed around Zelda and features an ornate front and back. They are all really cool, so it must have been tough to decide a winner among the numerous entries that no doubt came in.
Go to Uniqlo's website to learn more.