I’m back in London for a few days (Copenhagen was brilliant), am happy to announce that I’ve officially reached my funding goal for my exhibition (thank you so much to all who pledged) and thought I’d continue the art theme with a fun giveaway.
I’ve teamed up with BIC who have three pairs of tickets saved for a couple of lucky Little London Observationist readers who’d like to head over to the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park this week. It runs from 24-27 October and you can pick up a snazzy new piece of art for your flat from around £40.
HOW TO ENTER & OTHER IMPORTANT DETAILS
Simply leave a comment on this post with the answer to this question:
How many Sudoku puzzles can one BIC® Cristal® pen complete?
The winners will be selected and notified by the kind people at BIC who will make sure you receive your tickets. The competition will run for 48 hours, until 9pm on Thursday night.
THE REASON & ANOTHER CHALLENGE
BIC is feeling generous due to the launch of their 2013 BIC® Cristal® Challenge and this is part of the celebration. It’s another competition that will also result in Affordable Art Fair tickets for the winners plus a tenner. The challenge? Use up all the ink in one BIC® Cristal® Medium pen.
To show London how it’s done, they have renowned artist Funny Tummy hanging out at the Affordable Art Fair where he’s going to attempt to create a giant London cityscape using just one pen…and all the ink.
And that’s a lot of ink. Apparently, there’s 3km of the black stuff in each BIC pen. That means each one can sign up to 9,431 signatures, complete 986 sudoku puzzles or write 506 postcards. Who knew?
If you want to give it a go, get your hands on a pen, use up all the ink, send the empty pen to BIC and they’ll send you £10. There’s more info at Facebook.com/BICCreativity.
In the meantime, leave your answer to the question above in a comment for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Affordable Art Fair. Pass it on!