Giveaway: Intersect Print

It’s Wednesday. So that means our third and final giveaway to celebrate Shannon Rankin and Justin Richel‘s collaboration project, Intersect, is here! This giveaway is winner’s choice (my favorite kind).

The winner of this giveaway will receive one Intersect print of their choice. Print is 10×10 inches (11 inches square if you include border) and retails for $25.

Want to win this? Heres how to enter”¦

You can enter up to three times. 1. Visit the Intersect shop, and browse around for your favorites, then come back here and tell us which one you would most like to win. 2.Twitter or blog about this giveaway and leave a link in the comments here with your twitter or blog link. 3. Leave a comment telling us what you like most about Shannon and Justin’s work.

Giveaway will end on February 17th at 11:59 pm eastern time.

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Don’t forget to enter the other two giveaways from this week….

1. Shannon Rankin Giveaway

2. Justin Richel Giveaway

29 comments | Click here to reply

my favorite piece is Flounce. I really love their use of color, especially the washed out color on top of the black background.
Melissa

Melissa

my favourite is definitely “blaze” so i hope i can win that one!

joanne

my favourite aspect of their art though has to be the prominent use of black – not just as the canvas or the background, but as a vital component of the artwork as well.

joanne

I really like “Shelter.”

Jingle

I really love the emotion that is so evident in these pieces. It is evoked as soon as you see them.

Jingle

My favorite would be “Steady.” Thanks for the giveaway!

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Henria O.

I really like the minimalist, modern style and their use of color.

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Henria O.

Steady is my favourite!

JulieSuzanne

Hi, my favorite piece is Bend- Lovely design,use of shape and black background-
Annamaria 🙂

Annamaria

I have been “crushing” on this store since I discovered it a week or two ago. My favourite piece is “Leap” but I like them all.

Elissa C

I love the contrast of the colours and simple geometric shapes on the black background – they fit together in a thought-provoking way.

Elissa C

oh, wow. i’ve never seen work like this before – it’s refreshing to see something new!

i love the Leap print — i love it for what it inspires (take a chance!) and for the image of a multi-faceted object. a true reflection of how life is.

kristen k.

i like how this work is so simple (not a lot of extraneous things going on visually) but also very complex — the simplicity and non-pretentiousness of the images leaves room for interpretation, daydreaming, and remembrance.

kristen k.

Archival PRINT 10 x 10 – Bend
excellent collaboration between the two.

barbara

ohh, i’m in love with the Float print….and Erupt..and Spill. so beautiful- i’d love to win any <3

jo

i love the bright colors and dark backgrounds. And the way i feel looking at the art. .like i wish i were in it.

jo

Flounce – and what a fun name. on all of them, I feel like I am bouncing in space. I really like how the colors pop off the black. Such a great collaboration.

Janae Easton at Platypusfile

I adore Erupt… It reminds me of a misty Mt Warning, which is the first thing I see that reminds me of home when I cross the border from Queensland to New South Wales.

littlechrissy

i would love to win leap!

marydougherty

My favorite is Leap. Loved the colors and the movement.

Camila Faria

What I like about their work is the use of color over the black background. So creative and it makes the art pop out!

Camila Faria

My fave is “ORIGINAL Collage 10 x 10 – Transmit”. Great use of color, shape and texture!

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I love how everything is printed on a ground of black but still manages to be light, airy, and uplifting!

Katharine

i love all of them, but especially the rainbow prism one. they are so sweet!

Susan Petersen
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