To celebrate the publication of this must-read book Don’t Panic have launched a visual design competition, the winner of which will have the chance to have their artwork included in The Left Hand Of God paperback release and also have their artwork printed on 80,000 x A2 Don’t Panic posters.
What we are looking for is an artistic representation of the lead character Thomas Cale, who you can get to know through a selection of excerpts on our site. We want entrants to use any printable media they choose to create an interpretation of the young Cale using the text provided.
The top ten entries submitted will be put into the winner’s shortlist to be judged by Penguin with the top three entries given the chance to win some fantastic prizes, including £350 worth of Penguin books and signed copies of The Left Hand of God, as well as of course the opportunity to have their design printed. Also, every shortlisted entrant will receive a copy of the book.
For full details, visit the competition page here.
Adrian Grajdeanu, Character Designer/2D Artist
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Mobile Office Photos:
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