OvernightPrints.com #SpookMeONP Design Contest Returns
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
Halloween themed contest calls for best designs and artwork
LAS VEGAS, NV - Returning for the second time, online printing company Overnight Prints is hosting its annual #SpookMeONP design contest from Oct. 1-27. The themed competition for the most creative designs and artwork will take place across social media.
Overnight Prints’ serves as the preferred print provider for freelance artists and creative professionals like graphic designers and illustrators. The #SpookMeONP contest inspires customers to showcase original illustrations, paintings, watercolors and other mediums during the month of October alongside similar daily drawing challenges like #Inktober and #Drawlloween, which features 31 prompts for 31 days.
Contest participants on Twitter and Instagram are encouraged to tag spooky or scary Halloween-inspired designs with #SpookMeONP for a chance to win free prints and a featured blog on OvernightPrints.com. Running until Oct. 27, the winning design will be announced via social media on Oct. 31.
“Since Overnight Prints specializes in custom prints, teaming up with All Things Christmas was a fitting partnership for the season of giving,” said Viktoria Vasileva, marketing manager, Overnight Prints. “Hosting a Facebook giveaway is the perfect way to offer shoppers personalized holiday gifts for friends and family.”
“Our customers often print beautiful artwork for their clients’ sales and marketing needs,” said Janell Awong, brand manager, Overnight Prints. “The annual #SpookMeONP contest is an outlet for these talented artists and designers to showcase and share their own creativity in a fun way, and what better theme than an eccentric and playful holiday like Halloween?”
Kit Steele (@kit_silvertales), winner of the 2016 #SpookMeONP contest, won for her watercolor and gold ink painting of a mage fox from a six-image painting series of animal mages. Taking inspiration from music, books, mythology and history, the fox-inspired shaman took her approximately two hours to complete.
“The fox painting started as a mage or shaman concept doodle,” shared Steele. “I love foxes and have always been interested in the idea of animal spirits in the various mythologies of the world.”
Her award-winning illustrations are printed through Overnight Prints on double-sided 4x6 postcards and rounded corner business cards.
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