For the first time EVER, the Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment™ is coming to the desert. Brook and I are excited to announce that on Wednesday, November 1st in Las Vegas , the Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment™ will at the SEMA show.
If you haven’t been to one of our Detroit or Los Angeles events,
here are a couple of pictures and videos.
Our first Las Vegas Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment™ is presented by Axalta, a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, with support from Lacks Enterprises and Covestro. And of course it is all based around the craftsmanship of Mobsteel and Detroit Steel Wheels.
Starting with approximately 16 designers, the competition will consist of 3 rounds, each with it’s own unique subject matter and judging criteria. Each round roughly half of the contestants will be eliminated based on decisions from our panel of industry experts (watch this space for an announcement of the judges).
The winner will get a check for $2,500!
The Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment™ is presented by
AACS and Middlecott Design.
AACS (Advanced Automotive Consulting Services, LLC) is a business development consultancy working in all aspects of the automotive industry. AACS are experts in Customer Engagement and specializes in helping automotive suppliers with their difficult objectives like introducing new technologies, expanding business onto new continents or breaking down walls to bring in new customers.
MIDDLECOTT Design is an international design organization based in Detroit, Michigan (as seen on the hit TV program Mobsteel). As Detroit’s premier design consultancy, MIDDLECOTT will supercharge your brand through its award-winning formula of high-octane design.
Anyone interested in attending the event should register here
as attendance is strictly limited.
100% of the ticket sales goes directly to DRIVE ONE
DRIVE One is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, which instills at-risk youth with valuable trade skills required in today’s workforce. The program educates students in fields such as automotive technology, welding-fabrication, machine-operating, and other areas with employment opportunities so that they can seek a greater life. DRIVE also provides students with free tutoring services to achieve current academic success, as well as additional assistance in gaining employment, internships, and scholarships opportunities to stimulate growth beyond high school graduation.