t was a tough call again this month, but we decided Heather Rose’s tribute to the infamous axe scene in The Shining was the best picture of March. Thanks again for all entries, it’s much appreciated. We intend to include a Gallery section on the website soon where all the best non-winning entries will be posted, if yours appears let us know and we’ll send you a FREE T-shirt. If you’d like to enter our competition in April to win 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts, send your photos/image manipulations to email@example.com. Good luck and stay sharp team.
It was a hard decision to make this month but we finally narrowed it down to Jake Whiteman’s awesome Alien inspired image. A big thank you to all of you who participated this month. If you’d like to enter for our competition in March send your photos/image manipulations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marcus Conge from upstate New York wins our Best Picture of January 2010 competition with this atmospheric image inspired by the unforgettable scene in the 1982 film The Thing. Thanks to everyone that sent us their images this month. Send in your ideas (either wearing or featuring a Last Exit T-shirt) to enter our February competition to: email@example.com
Michael Robinson from Washington DC wins our Best Picture of December competition with this faithfully recreated image inspired by the last scene in The Shining. Michael had this to say about creating the image: “The DC area is currently getting what the news is calling “The areas biggest snowfall in 100 years (in December),” my mother-in-law is referring to as “The Apocalypse,” and my friends in Wisconsin are describing as “flurries.” So I decided that I should suffer to get a best picture entry. Went outside, plopped down in the snow, and waited for a while to have my wife come out and get the shot. And now I am attempting to warm up.”
If you have any ideas you’d like to submit for our January competition, then send them in to us to: firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win. Good luck and thanks to all that entered this month.
Jeth Calder wins our Best Picture of November competition with this great photo of himself wearing our Nexus-6 T-shirt on duty at a patrol base in Helmand, Afghanistan. If you have any ideas you’d like to submit for our December competition, then send them in to us to: email@example.com for a chance to win. Good luck and thanks to all that entered this month.
Andy Bergholtz wins 3 T-shirts from our range for submitting this great Rocky inspired image into our Best Picture of October Competition. The shot was taken outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia – also known as the ‘Rocky Steps’. Try entering our November competition for a chance to win 3 T-shirts too – simply send your idea featuring or wearing a Last Exit T-shirt to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win. Good luck team.