#Goodweird Contest Ended

Show us what you think #goodweird is!

Start May 04, 2015 End May 10, 2015 23:59 UTC Deliberation Results September 2015
May 04, 2015
May 10, 2015 23:59 UTC
June 2015


A new product will be launched shortly and communicate around the idea of #goodweird.

Why? Well because this product is different, it isn’t the same as its competitors and not for everyone either. But it isn’t different just for the sake of it, it is useful and better, that makes it weird but it’s good! That’s #goodweird. The people the product is aimed at are 16 -35 years old and they are creative. They are designers, artists, dj’s, film makers etc. They see themselves as different to the others and they like to stand out. They don’t like brands that are mainstream because they don’t want to be like sheep and copy the masses. So they tend to pick products and brands because of their design. They like to be the first to get something and they use brands as “badges”, to express something about themselves.

They love anything that is #goodweird. But that said… we feel it’s hard to define what #goodweird is, because it’s subjective. This is when you come into the equation! We need YOU, the most creative and good people in the world (who said you are weird too?) to tell us what you think #goodweird is!

Creative Challenge

Create or find images, news stories, design features, products, situation that represents #goodweird in your own interpretation.

The way we would like you to work: either you take photos of things you see around you or you pick visuals or pictures and videos on the internet. If you want to submit a video, take a screengrab of the most iconic moment of the situation and add a link in the media description.

#goodweird manifests everywhere: in the news, on TV, websites. (It can be an object, a service, a sport, a situation, a food…)

Watch-out though! We don’t want to see the same Internet memes and things that are already famous.

Surprise us and make us think: “Oh yes, this is weird, but it’s also really cool”. It should not be something that is only silly or frivolous, it’s something that’s better than an existing thing. The idea is not of being different just for the sake of it. It’s being different for the sake of being better.

Something important you should know: not only we ask you to upload your #goodweird ideas but also to evaluate the ones coming from your peers creators. We think you are the best placed to select and tell us which are the most powerful ideas to express #goodweird. Use the Feedback Circle to do so.


The examples are only provided to illustrate our expectations. Please do not use them in your submission or it will be rejected.

Good Ideas  | A coat that hugs you, square melons in japan so they can store more of them, bubble football, graffiti of a face with a tree as hair.



Good ideas |  Power tool drag racing , Beard bowl, Lyre bird 

Bad idea | something offensive, just weird and not appealing.


Jury's Prize

  • #1 Prize €2,000
  • #2 Prize €1,500
  • #3 Prize €500
  • #4 Prize €500
  • #5 Prize €500


Visuals: Photo or illustration with text explanation or link to video (2 pages in total, PDF only).

Winning Criteria

We are expecting simple, easy to understand print ads or videos. Prizes will go to the #goodweird examples that speak immediately to people while being creative and original.


Guidelines for this contest

  • You can pick visuals or pictures on the internet or you can take photos of things you see around you. Don’t create an illustration, we’d like to see things that exist in the real world, not a product of your imagination.
  • Keep in mind: good weird is: clever, original. It’s not: silly, mainstream.
  • Use the hashtag #goodweird on your visual.
  • Your entry has to be in English

eYeka standard guidelines

  • Do not show any personal details in the entry (name, contact number, e-mail address, etc.).
  • Keep the source files / working files of your entry until the winners have been announced as they may be needed.
  • Your participation must comply with the rules you accepted when you joined the contest.
  • Your entry has to be your own work to be considered into the contest. If you have included protected elements (music, photographs, designs, fonts, etc.), make sure to fill in the Legal Information section when you upload. You may be asked to provide the authorizations and licenses to use such elements.
  • You must be able to provide the written authorizations from each of the authors and actors who have contributed to the entry.
  • Do not depict sexual, violent, religious, political content or any illicit content as per the rules.
  • Any entry that fails to comply with these rules will not be considered for the contest.