MorphCostumes offers fans the chance to design the Halloween costume of the future and pocket $50,000 in the process

By Gillian West | Social media manager

October 1, 2014 | 2 min read

MorphCostumes is promising to make someone ‘rich and famous’ this Halloween by challenging designers and costume fans worldwide to create the ‘Halloween costume of the future’.

Tying in with the launch of the brand’s MorphFamous campaign by Mr President, the competition is offering a grand prize of up to $50,000, with the winner crowned as the first ‘MorphPreneur’ pocketing $10,000 in the process.

The winning design will then be put into production and sold with the winner taking home a percentage of the profits, which could be up to $40,000 in the first year.

Budding designers can submit entries into a number of categories on the MorphCostumes site throughout the month of October with the public asked to show their support and vote for their favourite.

A shortlist of 10 designs receiving the most votes will be revealed before Halloween with the winner being chosen by a panel of judges which includes ex-NASA engineer, Mark Rober, and famous prankster, YouTuber and star of Toyota’s latest campaign, Rahat.

The winner will be announced live on TV before Halloween on 27 October. Through the competition MorphCostumes hopes to discover hidden design talent and give costume enthusiasts the chance to gain recognition for their creativity and also be financially rewarded for years to come.

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