Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Update + GIVEAWAY!

Wow, it really has been a while since I last updated this. I can only apologise and promise to do better in the future. Like I always seem to do! In my defence, I have been working for the last month or so in a job that has entailed working rather unsocial hours. However, I start a new, 9-5 job next week so hopefully this will allow me more time to focus on creativity. I have also completed work on a very enjoyable commission, so in time I will update you with that.

Anyway, apology over. Onto the giveaway!

A couple of days ago I reached 100 followers! (It's now 101, so I'm actually a little late with this)
To celebrate and to say thank you for your patience, I thought I'd organise a little competition/giveaway.
I'll be giving away one (or more) of these original, limited edition linocut prints shown below.
All you have to do to enter is be a follower of this blog and leave a comment stating which print you would like to win, before the 1st of April. I will then draw the winner(s) at random after that date.

Simples!

x



As A Child



Camel



'Ere, Trandlers, Quit Yer Crowbaggin'



Never Rode My Bike Down To The Sea



I Might Be A Part Of This Ripple On Water



You Were So Smart Then

14 comments:

beth said...

I love "I Might Be A Part Of This Ripple On Water"! So tranquil and relaxing :) xxx

Chris said...

I always had a fancy for 'You Were So Smart Then' x

Brine Blank said...

Camel...very nice...make sure I win lol...

Katie said...

Love all these, yet my Favourite is Never Rode My Bike Down To The Sea!

Jo Stafford said...

'Never Rode my Bike Down to the Sea' is my favourite also !

Benjamin Rothery said...

I never rode my bike down to the sea.... gimme!

Edward said...

I'm really fond of 'Camel'. I remember seeing it at the Angles theatre exhibition.

Emma said...

love all of these!

Dale Wylie said...

I like the Child one

Origami Chicken said...

I <3 Never Rode My Bike Down To The Sea.
It reminds me of childhood memories in Cornwall :)

dberube-art said...

Hey, love your prints!!!
I hope I win one.
Esp. this one, "'Ere, Trandlers, Quit Yer Crowbaggin'". ;0)

Origami Chicken said...

I've just realised something... Is the name of my favourite print named after a lyric from a Laura Marling song? (I speak because I can) I just heard the lyric and it reminded me your print. :)

Benedict Mayer said...

Haha yes, in fact 'I Might Be a Part Of This Ripple on Water', 'You Were So Smart Then' and @Never Rode My Bike Down To The Sea' are all named using lyrics from that album :)

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