Monday, May 20, 2013

[CONTEST] Win a Signed FaceOff Poster

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED! Thanks to everyone who participated!

Street Anatomy and Skull-A-Day have banned together to bring you FaceOff, a skull infused show opening on May 31, 2013, celebrating Skull Appreciation Day. Vanessa Ruiz and Noah Scalin are curating the show, and have created this amazing show poster using the concept of the show, digitally fusing together the skull artwork of two artists. Since people have been so excited about this poster and want one of their own, we are giving away one FaceOff poster to one lucky fan! To make this giveaway even more awesome, Noah and Vanessa will SIGN the poster!

The poster hanging on a wall.


The poster in digital form, so you can clearly see the details.


PRIZE INFO: 1 Poster from the FaceOff show, signed by Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz. The poster measures 11" wide by 17" tall and is printed on extra thick 100# gloss paper. The poster will be signed a the show opening on May 31, 2013 and shipped to the winner afterwards.

HOW TO ENTER: The FaceOff show is unique, in that it combines the skull artwork of two different artists into one final piece. To enter this giveaway, comment below answering this question. Who are your two favorite artists? For me, I love Vincent Van Gogh and Andy Warhol.

CONTACT INFO: The winner, chosen at random, will be contacted via email by one of the Skull-A-Day editors within 7 days of the end of the contest. If that winner doesn't respond, another winner will be chosen. With your comment, please INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS!!! Entries are only valid with this information.

WHERE TO ENTER: All entries must be made on this blog post, on Skull-A-Day.com. You CANNOT enter this contest by commenting on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

CONTEST CLOSES: 11:59:59 PM Eastern USA Time Friday, (May 24, 2013).

NUMBER OF WINNERS: One

PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world. The poster will be shipped after it's signed at the opening of the FaceOff show.

IF YOU DON'T WIN: Don't fret, the poster is available for purchase in the Street Anatomy store. There is a 20% discount for the FaceOff posters, until June 4th. Enter FACEOFF20 at checkout.

20 comments:

Julie Labate said...

Would love to win this! Lilibralith@aol.com

Dr. M said...

I would love to combine Hieronymus Bosch with José Guadalupe Posada...I could stare at that for days.

Matney said...

This is a hard one....I have recently been introduced to Oliver Daaram Jollant. I would love to see him combined with a wonderful cultural artist, Carlos Hernandez. This poster is amazing!
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J said...

I would like to see Tom French and Edvard Munch's styles combined.
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Scott Krichau said...

Ernst Trova meets Alberto Giacometti

Magnifique!

Vanessa Cubillo said...

I think a very interesting combination would be Frieda Kahlo and Junko Mizuno

kerosene said...

Another great design!
I would love this poster too.
Klimt & Egan ...

Nessyness said...

hello, very nice poster.
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MedicalArtMofo said...

Love the poster! Let's try combining Liubov Popova and Lisa Nilsson!

D said...

I would love to see a piece of work that combines Pole Ka and Danny Quirk.

peter parker said...

how about laurie lipton and h.r. giger!

lynne said...

My two favorite artists are Georgia O'Keefe and Mathew Curran (does really phenomenal, intricate, extremely detailed stencil work).

I think flowers and nature would be really interesting to ponder as interpreted by intricate stencils.


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Patrick Owen said...

My two favorite artists are Wassily Kandinsky and M. C. Escher.

Kelly Toro said...

Lovely poster! Fav. artists Joseph Michel Linsner and Chris Cornett! theprojectgirl@yahoo.com

skulldiggers guild said...

Erol Otus and Bram.

mark.madison75 said...

That would definately be Salvador Dali and David Mann. mark.madison75@yahoo.com

HEYMANProductionsInc said...

I would love to see Van Gogh and Munch's screamer combined, especially one of Van Gogh's portraits, like the smoking skeleton near the end of his life. This would represent the inner of Van Gogh in his final days.

Liz Hoge said...

I think Dave McKean and Stephen Gammell together would make for an interesting mix.

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Unknown said...

I'd love to see Artemesia Gentileschi and Frida Kahlo. So cool!

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