Monday, July 14, 2014

[CONTEST] Win a "Skull with Concentric Circles" Print from Paul Johns

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED. Thanks for participating.

Paul Johns is a graphic designer and artist based in Los Angeles California. He's created a piece called "Skull with Concentric Circles", which is currently on display at the Bedford Gallery for "The Skull Show". Paul would like to give away a screen print of this piece to one lucky Skull-A-Day fan!



PRIZE INFO: One copy of Paul John's screen print, "Skull with Concentric Circles". This is a three color screen printed poster drawn, signed and numbered by me and hand-printed on French 100# Pure White Cover by the awesome guys at Family Industries in Los Angeles. Each measures 11 x 17 inches, and has an edition of 50. This will never be reprinted.

HOW TO ENTER: To enter this contest, comment below with an answer to this question. Let's keep it simple this week. Since Paul's artwork features circles, what is your favorite shape? Not that you need an example, but I'm fond of circles and triangles.

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, July 18, 2014.

NUMBER OF WINNERS: One

PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world.

IF YOU DON'T WIN: Don't fret, Paul Johns is offering at 20% off your entire order for Skull-A-Day fans. Enter coupon code SKULLADAY at checkout in Paul John's store.

44 comments:

Chris Dollery said...

Oddly enough, my favourite is circles.
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d Duncan said...

I like ovals, the shape of the eye has always appealed to me.
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ActiveSoulDesign said...

triangles, hands down
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Dork in Distress said...

I love the Delta symbol, i know it's not really a shape but it's still amazing.
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purpleprincesssarah said...

My favourite shape is a circle o

Bast said...

Its a toss up between circles and triangles...depends on the mood

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Jinglewind said...

Rhombus; square but with evil intent

BlondieBones said...

Triangles are my favorite
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Anna Skullspiration said...

I love circles and triangles!
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Martin Wynne said...

equilateral triangle
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Shadovnia said...

I'm more partial to squiggles and swirls than to shapes. Those are close to circles.

Jay Baca said...

Circles Have Always been My Favorite Shape To Work With When Doing Art Dont Know Why Just Seem To Lean Towards Circles More Then Anything Else, I Also Like Squares..
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cha0tic said...

Triangle as they're really useful. You can get my e-mail from my blogger log in can't you. Rather than me opening myself up to spam?

Tabitha Whiteside said...

Circles are lovely, but my favourite shape is a diamond. (I guess a diamond is a sort of a rhombus, which is one of my favourite words.) tabzilla@gmail.com

Lorraine F said...

I like circles.

Mira said...

I like ovals.

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Sarah Giovanni said...

Hexagons - don't ask me why but I have always loved them

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MONST3R said...

Circles are definitely one of the greatest shapes in existence. Not only do they make up one of the greatest masterpieces known to man; woman, but they also symbolize the basic principles of how the universe works and how we are all connected. dwf.artist@gmail.com

Jennifer said...

Parallelogram. I'm all about symmetry. Decagon is a very close second though.

thbtbt said...

spiral - mathematically speaking, it is a very sexy shape

Itsari said...

I'll have to go with triangles, because I've always had a thing for pyramids.

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Herbert Hoover said...

I'm in the rhombus circle. :)
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Kyle Holmes said...

I'm a big fan of stars.
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Claudia Radonic said...

I find circles to be the most smooth shape. Reminds me of the Sun and Moon. claudiaradonic@sti.net

alfred said...

There is a whole branch of mathematics dedicated to a shape. A shape this complex can offer insights into many things. My favorite shape is the triangle. alfredpena (at) gmail (dot) com

Jennifer Caldiero said...

My favorite shape is a star polygon. I love the 3d effect of the skull & circles. consciouschildrensclothes@gmail.com

Chris Hall said...

Its off circle. I just can't draw a proper circle without cheating. Using a compass or drawing round something. lol

Minstrel Flo said...

Trapezoidal prism, please

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Pretty Pie said...

I love squares. I'm a square like that... And skulls!

gerb said...

I like squares since they can be a rectangle, but a rectangle can't be a square.

Deb Rasmussen said...

I like circles, especially in groups. Yes, like polka dots. But grown up polka dots.

Unknown said...

I have to say a circle, the snake eating its tail.

Ouroboros.

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Stewart Rogers said...

I love circles! especially when combining more than one in a design.
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Bill Jones said...

hypotrochoid curves like Saul Bass used in the poster for Vertigo.. the print reminds me a lot of that.
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spooky_nine said...

Dodecagon, because it's fun to say and 12 is one of my lucky numbers.

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Chan Bliss said...

I like an amoeboid style shape.
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mark.madison75 said...

Mine would have to be the diamond shape...like two triangles end to end.
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mclady58 said...

I love the circle shape!
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Sylvan said...

I always seem to be drawn to ovoid shapes...
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M. Bahmer said...

Anthropoid hexagon (toe pinched coffin shape)
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Christina Logan said...
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Christina Logan said...

Obtuse triangle
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