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OMG Posters!

OMG Posters!
Well folks, I’ve got one hell of a giveaway for you today. Todd Slater reached out with the generous offer to give three lucky readers a copy of his sold-out “Strange Attraction” art print (an 18″ x 24″ screenprint). The first winner will receive the blue version (edition of 100), the second will receive the black variant (edition of 17), and the third will receive the red subscriber variant (edition of 38). To enter, simply comment on this post.Please only comment once, I will be checking, and you will not win if multiple entries are found.If you don’t see your comment right away, please be patient, it is likely awaiting moderation.The winners will be announced tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. Huge thanks to Todd for providing the prints. As always, you can see more of his work at ToddSlater.net.

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