Ed Sheeran Portrait Competition

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED, THE WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED WITHIN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS

This is the first big competition I’ve had in around a year, but it’s a good one if you’re an Ed Sheeran fan, with great prizes to be won.

Up for grabs:

Ed Sheeran’s ‘Want Some?’ E.P.

Collaborations Number 5

Loose Change (features ‘A Team’)

‘You Need Me’ E.P.

Live at the Bedford

Ed Sheeran Self Titled Album

Signed Business Card

All the CDs are sent from Ed (his mum), so they are going to be, if not, already are, pretty rare and very collectible. All released under ‘Sheeran/Lock’, Ed’s own label before he signed to Atlantic. The business card features Ed’s trademark paw and was signed at the Stagg & Dagger festival, The Art College, Glasgow last year, just before Ed broke into the mainstream.

What you need to do to win them:

Send me your best portrait of Ed, it can be in any media (even digital). Take the best photo you can of it and email that photo (along with your details – name, age, address) to theartclassroom@googlemail.com before or on the closing date: 30th September 2011.

Terms

The winner will be chosen shortly after that date and then informed by email. I’m hoping to beg Ed or his mum to select the winner out of a shortlist that I have chosen, but either way. One prize, one winner. No runner’s up prizes I’m afraid. No age limit, No minimum amount of entries (but if you spam me to boredom, I might end up hating you). My competition, my final say. Prize posted to your address recorded mail in UK, airmail if you’re outside the UK (no tracking unfortunately).

Goodluck.

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