Limited Edition Silkscreen Print Calendars Giveaway

Limited Edition Silkscreen Print Calendars Giveaway

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This week we have an awesome giveaway to 10 Freshome readers! There is something almost poetic about art and functionality. Here is a giveaway that will make your interiors look cool and give you a chance to have a limited edition piece of artwork.  Epic Studio is offering hand pulled silkscreen 2011 calendar prints on Hahnemühle fine art paper, size 42 x 59,4 cm, edition is limited to 100 prints. Every single one is stamped, numbered and signed.

Epic Studio is owned by art lover, Rainer Taepper, a 27 years old,  who lives and work in Bavaria/ Germany.  They offer unique photography and graphic design solutions for you. He’s offering 10 lucky Freshome readers the chance to own these calendars for their own home.

For your chance to win 1 of 10 calendars, follow the official rules below, and be creative with your answers! Rainer and Freshome Editors will pick 10 of the best answers to receive these one of a kind calendars.

What you will win:

10 Winners will receive a hand pulled silkscreen 2011 calendar print

How to Enter:

  • Tell us who your favorite artist is and why. Then tell us why you should win one of these 10 calendar prints for your home.
  • Leave your response in the comment section below of the Freshome website.
  • Also make sure you like this post on Facebook or ReTweet it for a 2nd chance.
  • Winners will be chosen based on creativity and originality.

Official Guidelines:

  • Contest will run from Monday, April 18th – Monday, April 25th.

  • 10 Winners will be announced on Wednesday, April 27th.

  • Each winner will have 24 hours to contact Freshome at: Admin @ Freshome . com to claim your prize information.

Good Luck!

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13 comments

  • jethro clunies-ross April 18, 2011 at 18:21 PM Login to Reply →

    James Turrell – Because he makes light work of everything… ;-)

    because i will appreciate it as only an ex graphic, now interior designer could!

  • david boling April 18, 2011 at 18:31 PM Login to Reply →

    My favorite artist would have to Larry Boling. I am sure that is not a familar name because his work has always been reserved for the few that has had the priviledge of knowing him or has been around his home. For thirty years he channeled his artistic abilities into cartooning and raising the morale of those in the blue collar industry. The very limited other works hang on the walls of his home and those of his friends and family. But his greatest artistic achievment is his outlook on life and the artistic value that he has instilled in his family. For that I am especially thankful because he is my father and by far, my favorite artist.

    This calendar would be a welcomed edition as unique and functional art in my home.

    Thanks.
    David

  • Rachael Buresh April 18, 2011 at 18:41 PM Login to Reply →

    Daniel Rybakken – I ADORE his tinted mirror.

    I just purchased an octagon house (super cool) and one of my rooms is black and white and the silkscreen would look fabulous next to the bed. My house is unique and the silkscreen print calendar is unique and functional:)

  • SUNGKAS K. April 18, 2011 at 19:28 PM Login to Reply →

    KOBY ‘s my favourite artist, I know your website from him.
    So,I need 1st your calendar because I see your mistake on its and I ‘ll tell you when I get its .please do not hesitate to contact me. I’m looking forward to your reply.

  • Jon Paul White April 18, 2011 at 19:34 PM Login to Reply →

    My favorite artist is Frank Gehry.The design, creativity, and originality he has put into his work is beautiful. His buildings have stood out from the beginning of his work. They are so expressive and he does what he believes in and he doesnt follow the same standard as others. Which I believe is what an artist should do. His work shows you that you can think out side, around and threw the box.

    I believe I should be one of the finalists because I can and have always appreciated other peoples work. The Calender is more then a time table. This Epic Studio calender expresses who the artist is. It expresses who the owner is. There is so much thought and passion put into the design of this piece. Its a piece of art and not a piece of paper.

  • Kent April 18, 2011 at 20:19 PM Login to Reply →

    Banksy; because confusion is art in itself.

  • Nydya Mora April 18, 2011 at 20:27 PM Login to Reply →

    Favorite artist:Travis Bone!
    Why: his work is very inspiring to me! From his illustration style to his color palettes, his screenprinting style is remarkably original. As a screen printing enthusiast, Travis Bone is a favorite for sure!

    I’d love to get my chaotic life back to order in a beautifully efficient way!
    What better way to achieve this than to hang one of these unique beauties on my wall!

  • Peter Du Orange April 18, 2011 at 22:00 PM Login to Reply →

    My favourite artist is Christian Kocx. He let’s you think about the simple things in life and the mess people make. He shows the world that a small country can have big ideas. He designs truly magnificent, beautiful and inspiring things. He shows that recycling is worth the while.

  • Laurent Remiche April 19, 2011 at 13:53 PM Login to Reply →

    Just love the artists from Art nouveau; Art déco;Bauhaus style, who creates so many timeless furnitures.

  • Pearo April 20, 2011 at 10:57 AM Login to Reply →

    My favorite artist right now is Lauren Clay, She work with painting and sculpture. I’m particularly interested in her sculptures, they are very simple yet complicate. She use stripe of colourful paper and paper mache them into a beautiful sculpture. The simplicity of the work draw me into looking at the material which draw me closer in looking at the detail of the work. It’s quite wonderful.

    I should win this calendar because I love prints. I’m a student artist focusing on sculpture and print making. I love the simplicity of the print work. (And I love the smell of the print studio, all that paper and paint!) Where everything look so clean and simple but so much work have been put into the design, in a way, it is simple but it really isn’t. I think this calendar will be a great wall piece in my apartment which I am redecorating in a minimalist kind of way. :) It will also be a great conversation starter, who wouldn’t love an interesting calendar like that?

    Cheer~

  • Robert Metoyer April 21, 2011 at 13:51 PM Login to Reply →

    I have always had a fondness for the minimalist work of Donald Judd. It was never so much about the forms that he presented, but rather the spaces he created with them. It inspired me as a young architecture student and I still try to think of his work when I approach a project.

    The calender reminds me of that same dymanic. The plain black and white lettering gives the notion of positive/negative space that I really enjoy. Your meant to look at the lettering, but you can’t help but notice the space around it.

  • arete design April 24, 2011 at 01:00 AM Login to Reply →

    My favorite artist is Remedios Varo. She had a wonderful sense of imagination and humour. Her surrealist paintings tell a story, and I love what I can read into them. (Other than that it would have to be Botero, for all those fat feet :) )

    I guess I should win one of the calendars because I have absolutely no idea what day it is.

    Cheers,
    arete design

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