Last week, we entered the names of all our newsletter subscribers into our regular prize draw and picked one at random to win their choice of any of our prints.
The winner was Laura Barnard from Peterborough, UK! Here's her response:
Well, this is incredibly exciting! I’ve loved that print from the first time I saw it and have recently got married, moved house and have been talking about what prints to put up. So this could not come at a better time and has completely made my day!
Laura chose a copy of our famous Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite print which she's just received:
Words and photos cannot describe how beautiful this print from @kiteprint is (that I was lucky enough to win!). pic.twitter.com/oqatBhrqe0— Laura Barnard (@laura_barnard) November 1, 2016
For her part, Laura is an extremely talented illustrator – a sample of her fabulous work is at the top of this post (yep, that's Peterborough) and you can see lots more of it over on her website laurabarnard.co.uk.
To be in with a chance of being the next person to win one of our prints, just sign up to our newsletter here. Good luck!
Today marks 57 years since the release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. This album, which is often regarded as the best of the Beatles’ musical projects, marked a significant departure from the band's earlier, more straightforward pop sound. Sgt. Pepper showcased a wide range of influences, from psychedelic rock to Indian classical music.