Liberty Bottleworks Launches Earth Day Art Contest

The winning artwork will be printed on Liberty's 100-percent recycled aluminum and BPA-free bottles in the company's Yakima, Wash. factory. The limited edition bottle will be sold online at and in retailers across the country, and $7 from each sale will go to a qualified environmental organization chosen by the winner. The winner will also get a six-pack of their limited edition bottle.

"We know that many of our customers are talented artists who are passionate about the outdoors and environmental stewardship, so we wanted to tap into that creativity and give people a chance to have a little fun and make a big difference," said Liberty Co-Founder Ryan Clark.

The contest is open now and runs through 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 20. Entries will be posted on Facebook ( and judged based on the following criteria:

The number of likes an entry receives on Liberty's Facebook page

Best design as decided by Liberty's art staff

The artist's chosen charity

Artwork must be no larger than 11" wide by 8.5" tall, must be original and should include "Earth Day 2012." Artists can enter by submitting to the Liberty Bottleworks Facebook page and including their chosen charity in the comments section. Entries may also be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will be posted on the Liberty Facebook page.

Three finalists will be chosen and during the week of Feb. 22-28 the design with the most Facebook "likes" will be the winner.

Thanks to Liberty's one-of-a-kind cylindrical digital printer, art mediums from illustrations to photographs can be faithfully recreated on bottles in any color or design.

For more details and artwork tips, visit and click on "notes."

Founded in 2010, Liberty Bottleworks was created out of the belief that the best products are made in America by American workers. With a commitment to domestic machinery, raw materials, technology and manpower, Liberty Botteworks makes the industry's only completely BPA-free metal water bottle from 100 percent recycled aluminum at its state-of-the-art factory in Yakima, Wash. Perfect for active lifestyles, whether in the backcountry, the boardroom or the back porch, Liberty bottles can be purchased from retailers across the country or from