Seen our latest Seinfeld brief and already buzzing with ideas for the artwork you're going to create? GREAT.

But wait a second - have you spotted this little part within the 'Things To Consider' section? If not, you might have also missed the ever-so-useful Seinfeld Open Brief Moodboard, alongside a memory-refreshing list of the 25 Best Food Moments from Seinfeld, to help you out.

Anyway:

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We know going through fine print can sometimes be a bit snoozy... But never fear, we're here to help and avoid the post-submission slump of realizing your, albeit beautiful, submission may not be quite on brief.

While you cannot depict any branded food items (like Snickers or Junior Mints, for example) you can show other generic food items from the Seinfeld universe, such as coffee cakes, babka, calzones, bagels, shrimp, challah, big salads, muffin tops, marble rye, etc.

OK, got it. Now what does this point about depicting talent likeness actually mean?
Good question, thanks for asking. It means you are not allowed to show any likeness or resemblance at all to Seinfeld actors or show characters - even guest stars or non-regulars. If your submission is deemed to cross this line, you may be asked to adjust it or unfortunately, it could be disqualified.

Are there any loopholes?
Nope. Nada. Your piece will not be considered if it shows ANY talent likeness, and artists submitting need to solely focus on the foods and food-related settings of the show. Absolutely nothing that represents the talent or characters - even silhouettes. 

Tricky. But take a look at the below artwork we already KNOW the Sony team loves - focusing on famous episodes and iconic food moments. (NB: some of the images *do* get food-related, you just have to swipe)

 
 
 
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Remember, your work will be displayed on a food truck, so the tastier the better!

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Ready to submit something slightly different?

If you’d like to show us your abstract art skills on a new challenge, head over to Sony Pictures Television’s latest brief in support of Seinfeld. We can’t wait to see your submissions on the other side and if you have any questions, drop them in the comments!

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