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Every 3 months G&SILK gives a chance to everyone to have their original designs become a beautiful silk scarf.

The Challenges are published at @gandsilk Instagram account.

The Challenge themes change, the rules are always the same:


Submissions are via Instagram using #gandsilk and posting your original design.

( only one post per artist). Of course mentioning it is an entry for the @gandsilk Open Call.

All of those who post pre existing artwork, make a lot of posts or post non related things are not considered.

We won’t accept random posts using the # without naming or following the brand and without the requested size.


The first selection is always based on the scarves that fit with the contest theme.

The second selection is based on G&Silk brand style.

And the last selection is based on the technical aspects of the artwork.


If selected via Instagram, you will have to send the TIFF. file for review in Photoshop.

TIFF. at 300 dpi 70x70 cm and RGB color 1998 

The file must be sent with no watermarks.

With clean strokes.

If your work is not digitally created, make sure that it is properly digitalized,

with no pixelation, no blurry or cut elements, no unwanted dots

that could be considered as printing stains on the final silk scarf. 


If selected it will be available at for 3 months minimum.

All artists get 14% commission according to the price of the scarf.

All artists get mentioned as the designers of the scarf but under the brand G&Silk.

New deadline September 30


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Deadline - September 30

This Challenge, is all about  Color.

“Color harmony" is the new theme.

Based on the @studio.xhico COLOR CAMP that is taking place this month of July.

As you may know, Xhico is not only an Artist and G&Silk Open Call winner, He is also a teacher. 

You can check His classes and good advice before entering this Challenge.

All the details at our Instagram @gandsilk

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Deadline - June 30

This Challenge, is about creating a scarf with your floral style.

All techniques are welcomed, feel free and express yourself.



Deadline - March 30

This Challenge, is about creating a scarf inspired by one, two, or all these three things.

Create a Rocking Peace and Love scarf and sell it at our Store.


Deadline - November 30

This Challenge, is about creating a scarf inspired by the importance of preserving Nature.

Animals, Oceans, Soils, Forests, everything!.


Deadline - September 30

This Challenge, is about creating a scarf inspired by Joy!.


Art History

Deadline - June 27

This Challenge, is about creating a scarf inspired by your favorite painter.

What inspires you?

Deadline - March 30

This Challenge, is about showing the artwork that represents you the most.

Around the themes, colors, ideas, matters, values and techniques that inspire you the most.

Feel free to be totally you and have fun creating a G&Silk Scarf.

Flowers from another Planet

Deadline - December 5

This Challenge, is about dreaming how flowers could be in other Planets.

Allow your imagination to fly in Full Bloom like with the designs " Flowers from Mars" and " Flowers from Jupiter" available at the online Store.

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Classic Hollywood

My passion for movies started as a child.

The Movie Stars and the Hollywood Musicals still make me dream.

I invite you, to create your own Scarf inspired by a Movie a Star or a Scene

dear to your heart. ( Until 1965)

A Scarf with a Poem

This challenge is very dear to my heart.

G&Silk Slogan is a verse from a Poem.

I invite you, to create your own Scarf with a Poem dear to your heart.

A place to return

This is the first challenge.

Thinking about a place we would love to visit, come back to, discover or simply dream about during these times when travelling is complicated.


Lanzarote is a place that deeply inspires me, there art and nature mix in a beautiful way.

Almeria is where G&SILK was created and where I live. The palm trees, the houses, the blue of the sea, the sun that shines all year long and the pavement of the seafront promenade, inspired this design.

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