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And the winner is…

And the winner is…

January 10, 2013

We are thrilled to announce the winner of our prize draw!

Since going live back in October, lots of you have signed up to win print #1843 from the letterpress-printed limited edition of Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite… but there can only be one winner and that person is Steven Kutsch from Spokane, Washington, USA.

Steven says he loves the print and the story behind it. We also hope he loves the real thing, hanging on his wall. Many congratulations to you Steven. Your print will be shipped today.

For everyone else, who was not so lucky this time, don't forget that we are now running another draw for all our newsletter subscribers. And if you haven't subscribed at all, well just sign up in the box on the right of this page. Good luck everyone!




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