PZ 680 & Print Giveaway!


Using the random number generator at Random.org and numbering the respondents chronologically by post date (1–30), I got a result of 21! That means … the winner is … Gaby!

Congratulations, Gaby!

As some of you may know, I am completely head over heels in love. PZ 680 has stolen my heart forever. The psychedelic rainbow colors, perfectly placed cracks and wide format are everything I could ever ask for. After much soul searching, I have decided that love is better shared and The Impossible Project has generously donated a pack to me for giving away!

Not only will the winner get a pack of the awesome PZ 680, they can also pick an 8×10 professional print of one of my PZ 680 shots posted here.

Instructions for WINNING

1) Post a comment here with a link to your favorite landscape drawing/painting/photo that you have drawn/painted/taken. Also, let me know which print you’d like if you win! I have titled each picture with a number.

2) If you have a Twitter, use the Twitter Button on this post to spread the good word!

The winner will be picked from the comments using a random number generator at 12 PM MST on Friday, December 23rd.

Want to get your hands on some o’ that delectable PZ 680 right now? Get yourself some!

Have any questions or would like to order a print for yourself or a loved one for the holidays? Message me through my Info page. Haven’t received your mix from my last giveaway? Don’t worry, it’s in the mail! It took me a little longer than I thought to get so many mixes made and art packaged up for all you good folks. Thankful for the wonderful response and for your patience!

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  1. I'd love a print of #15 or #8!! Your work is great–surreal in such an amazing way. You have really mastered this film.

    Here's one of my favorite photographs from a summer's trip to New Mexico's Bandalier National Park: http://flic.kr/p/aFW9q8

    Looking forward to seeing everyone's subs.


  2. Great photos; I particularly like number eight. I love the PZ680. They've done a great job with that film.

    Here's a photo for you to check out (the first is one of my favorites): andrewmvolk.com/work/photos

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