I always love these announcements. The winner of the Custom Canvas Print Giveaway is…
Number 1: David Cole!
Congratulations, David! I hope that once you get your Pike Place Market picture printed, you’ll let us see it. I’m definitely intrigued. A representative from UPrinting.com will be emailing you soon about the next few steps to get your prize.
Thank you all for playing and stay tuned for more giveaways here at Snailbird!
Oh ladies and gentlemen, do I have a treat for you today! Snailbird.com and UPrinting are teaming up, yet again, for the month of March, to bring you this awesome giveaway. Seriously, if you don’t print online with UPrinting (they offer some great canvas prints), you’re missing out on some stellar service.
16 x 20 Rolled Canvas for One (1) Winner
Specifications: 1 Business Day Turnaround
Shipping: FREE UPS Ground Shipping
01. US Residents only, sorry guys.
02. Must be 18 years or older.
03. Gotta comment on this post to enter the giveaway, of course. Tell me what you want to use this for if you win. I love creative ideas!
The Deadline: March 26, 2010, 12AM EST. One comment per person. On the 27th I’ll choose a winner via an online random generator and he or she will be contacted about their prize. Don’t forget to let me know what you want to do with this awesome canvas print, and tell your friends to take part too! Who doesn’t want an awesome canvas print?
Come back March 27th to find out who the winner is!
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I am guilty of constantly telling my girlfriend, “Hold on, just a few more minutes!” and before I know it, hours have passed. Here are some of the reasons this happens and what I may possibly be able to do about it (I guess this article could also be called “10 Ways I Can Save My Relationship”).
Hey all! Can’t promise this will be my weekly Monday, but I’ll do my best to keep up with it. Enjoy!
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We all know there’s more to be a Web Designer than making pretty designs so this article might be moot, but Niki Brown has some good tips for developing your knowledge base.
If you haven’t noticed by now (hope it was nice and dry under that rock), I am a lover of comic books and webcomics a like. I don’t think there’s ever been a day when I haven’t spent a least a few moments laughing because of something I’ve read online or off. I love them. In comics, you tend to see some pretty nifty and out there typography, and with the popularity of web comics growing, a lot of people have started creating some really great fonts for artists to use in their strips. Here’s a great round up of some of my favorite free Comic Fonts.