This blog is here because of my love of guitars. For my day job I’m a photographer. I recently decided to combine the two and started taking pictures of guitars and offering fine art prints of my guitar images. Due to the positive response I’ve received about the images and prints and to commemorate the new images and print offer I decided to give away three prints.
In three five weeks, on October 15th November 2nd, I will randomly select one person to receive an 11×14 custom print of their choice ($250 regular price) and two additional people to receive an 8×10 custom print of their choice ($175 regular price).
Each print is individually custom made by me and of archival fine art quality. I spend a significant amount of time on each print to ensure the highest quality print possible. Many test prints are created until I achieve a final print worthy of framing and display. The fine art paper I use is of a heavy archival stock, has a warm tone and a matte finish. Each print is signed, numbered and comes matted with a museum quality acid free matt.
All you have to do is leave a comment in the comment section. And if you re-tweet (appreciated but not mandatory) the following on Twitter, you get an additional entry:
RT @Never2L8Guitar Guitar Print Giveaway: http://su.pr/AHv3Iq
You can also share on Facebook if you’d like by clicking here.
Between now and the end of the giveaway I plan on adding a few more guitars to the collection of images. If you head over to the Guitar Prints page you can see the details of the prints and a full gallery of the images available.
Also, If you live in or are willing to travel to the San Francisco Bay Area and you’re interested in having your guitar photographed let me know in your comment and I will contact you via email.
*The Fine print: There is no fine print. Anyone can enter and there is no purchase necessary.
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