Fossil has selected the finalists for its global Tin Design Contest, including one local artist's submission.

Nicole Calafiore of Pooler is among 30 finalists vying for the chance to have their designs produced into actual tins to be displayed at Fossil stores and events throughout the year.

The contest is part of a year's worth of activities celebrating the lifestyle and accessory company's 30th anniversary.

Fossil received nearly 800 entries, and artwork from the 30 finalists is posted in an online gallery.

Fans are invited to vote once per day until April 15.

The top five finalists will be announced on Fossil's social media channels on April 26.

The grand prize winner will receive $5,000; two first prize winners will receive $2,500 each; and two second prize inners will receive $1,000 each.

Inspired by colorful product tins of the 1940s and '50s, Fossil set out to create its own packaging that people would want to keep and treasure, while still expressing the iconic creativity of the brand.

The Tin Design Contest recalls the company's graphic design roots, and the theme of "On the Open Road" brought out plenty of creativity and variety in the submissions.

Fossil invited its design-minded fans to create their own iconic watch tins inspired by American travel: vintage automobiles, roadside diners and the sights along Route 66.