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Our latest giveaway winner is a massive Beatles fan

Our latest giveaway winner is a massive Beatles fan

April 10, 2024

You may remember that Lisa was the lucky winner of our last Instagram giveaway. It was clear from the comments on the giveaway post that there are many people who would love to win a copy of our Mr. Kite print, so we decided to give our followers another chance to win with our Easter giveaway.

We are pleased to announce that fellow printmaker Paul Cleden from Somerset is the winner! He said:

I generally don’t do Instagram competitions but when I saw this wonderful ‘Mr Kite’ letterpress poster from @kiteprint I just had to have a go. To my great delight I won. I’m a massive Beatles fan and as a printmaker just love letter press. The framed print arrived this morning and it is just outstanding. I don’t think you could find a better version of this iconic image. It will now take pride of place alongside some of my prints and be enjoyed every time I pause to admire the craftsmanship.

We’re so happy that Paul is enjoying the print. You can check out his own prints on Instagram @paulcleden.

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