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Announcing the winner of our February 2021 Prize Draw

Announcing the winner of our February 2021 Prize Draw

February 14, 2021

We conducted our regular prize draw for all Kite newsletter subscribers at the beginning of February and our randomly-selected winner this time is Kristen Rutherford from Edmonton, Alberta in Canada.

Kristen – who has a truly impressive collection of records (see below) – chose to receive a copy of our limited edition Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite print and said:

I am a lifelong fan of the Beatles and I have collected dozens of music-related posters over the years. I've also developed an appreciation for typography, design, and all things vintage. As someone who never wins anything, receiving this awesome print is a "cherry on top" moment! I look forward to framing this superb artwork and hanging it on my wall.

Thank you Kristen – and we're obviously delighted to have put an end to your unlucky streak once and for all!

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