So who won our March 2016 prize draw? - Kite

So who won our March 2016 prize draw?

So who won our March 2016 prize draw?

April 07, 2016

On March 31st we entered all of our newsletter subscribers into a prize draw and randomly selected one lucky person to receive a copy of our limited edition Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite poster.

For the first time, we pulled out the name of an existing customer – Noah Plumb from Phoenix, Arizona. He seemed pretty happy with this:

Holy cow! Thanks Peter!! You guys are fucking awesome, and I'm in loooooove with my Hawking time travel print.

I love his enthusiasm! Noah also has the best social media usernames I have ever seen… he's @no on twitter and @n on Instagram. He must have signed up for those on day one.

Noah, your print is winging its way over to Arizona right now and you should have it next week. We hope you loooove it just as much – perhaps even more (if that's possible) – as your Hawking Time Travel print.

So… our next draw will now be in July. All subscribers to our newsletter are automatically entered into the draw – you don't need to do anything extra. If you haven't signed up yet, just enter your email address into the box on the right-hand side of this page. It will take you four seconds and you might end up as happy as Noah. Good luck!




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