It's called the "Don't Be Sorry" program and all teens statewide are being urged to showcase their artistic skills in the youth art contest.
The Illinois Liquor Control Commission hosts the contest. It's designed to change the behavior of adults who think it's okay to give alcohol to minors.
Contestants will create logos and slogans for a new statewide educational campaign. That campaign will be unveiled this April throughout the state.
Middle school through college age students can submit artwork through the 15th of February.
More information at dontbesorry.org