Win a print giveaway!

411posters if proud to announce our latest giveaway, “Icarus” by Raid71 (Chris Thornley)! Although never named in the films ‘Icarus’ is the name fans choose for the spaceship that crashes at the start of Planet of the Apes. This giveaway is brought to you by Chris himself, thanks man!

Chris recently had a solo exhibition opening titled, The Popular Face of New York at Bottleneck Gallery so do check out his fine works available now HERE. The winner will receive the poster shown below and details on how to enter the contest is as easy as commenting on this page. So readers, here it is!

“Icarus” by Raid71

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“Icarus” by Raid71. 18″ x 24″ 4-color Screenprint. Ed of 50 S/N.

How to Enter:

For this giveaway, all you need to do is post a comment in the comments section of this post. Please leave your name and email address in the required (*) section so I can contact you if you win. One comment per person (say anything you like in the comment, it’s encouraged!) and the winner will be chosen by random using

For first time commenters of this website, don’t worry if your post doesn’t immediately show up in the comments section as I need to approve your first post. Any subsequent posts you make on the website in the future is not moderated. 🙂

This giveaway will run for 1 week and will end on Thursday, March 28th at 11:59pm PDT. The winner will be announced the following day on Friday. Thanks!

72 thoughts on “Win a print giveaway!

  1. Just went to the bottleneck show and it was great……..I also spent $87 on prints so getting a free one of his wouldnt be so bad!

  2. This print is awesome! I am new to the screen print art world and have fallen in love with the whole process. Not to mention the wide array of artists and their individual design styles. Everything about it has me in complete awe. In the last two weeks I have devoted countless hours of researching artists and looking at an ungodly amount of posters. This site really helped bring me up to speed, so thank you. I’ve started building my collection of prints (slowly but surely) and would love to add this to my growing collection. Thanks for the news and history lesson, guys!

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