Yesterday we entered every single one of our newsletter subscribers into a prize draw and randomly selected one person to receive a copy of our Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite poster – just as we have done every few months since we created it.
This time the lucky winner was Chris Rollins from Seattle, WA. When we delivered the news, Chris said:
I can't tell you how excited I am to have won one of your beautiful prints. I put my name out there so long ago! Being a poster maker myself, I think your idea and execution is inspiring. And yes, I love the Beatles.
We're thrilled to be sending a print to another print maker and you can take a look at Chris' work over on his website xrayrollins.com. We particularly like his event posters, so have included some of those below. Chris also runs a print exchange in the Seattle area.
We have several more prints in the works and, by the time we perform the next prize draw later this year, the winner will have their choice of any print from the site, whether it's a Mr. Kite print, Stephen Hawking's Time Traveller's Invitation or one of our forthcoming prints.
Our next prize draw is in October. All our newsletter subscribers will be entered to win, so if you haven't done so already, sign up at the bottom of this page!
57 years ago today, on February 17 1967, The Beatles set out to record one of the most musically complex and avant-garde tracks of their illustrious career – Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!