Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with toy company Papafoxtrot to give readers a chance to win one of twenty wooden models of iconic unmanned spacecrafts orbiting the Earth.
Congratulations to the winners! Anna Ling from the UK, Ying Tong Tan from the UK, Lesley Bain from the UK, Dorna Eshrati from Iran, Tim Bastian from France, Dóra Balla from Hungary, Jessica Helmandollar from the USA, Marta Garcia from Spain, Anthony M Cooper from the USA, Tom Chung from Canada, Lee Baird from the USA, Lua Jin Wei from Singapore, Antoine Lesur from France, Olle Gudmundsson from Sweden, Jonathan Russell from the UK, Laurentiu Popescu from Canada, Zoltán Bozsik from Hungary, Jaco Kalfsbeek from the Netherlands, Delia Jerca from Romania and Nicola Antolini from Switzerland all won a Papafoxtrot satellite model.
Above: Speckt-R satellite model
The five different models depict the following satellites:
» Speckt-R - orbital radio telescope
» ORS-1 - American reconnaissance satellite
» GEOTAIL - observes the Earth's magnetosphere
» Dragon - shuttles crew and cargo to the International Space Station
» Cygnus - delivery and collection vessel for larger spacecraft
Above: Cygnus satellite model
Each model comes flat-packed in a box that includes assembly instructions and information about the satellite.
Above: Dragon satellite model
The visual identity, packaging and branding were designed by London firm Postlerferguson.
Above: GEOTAIL satellite model
Each satellite model costs £20, or the whole set can be bought for £80 from the Papafoxtrot website should you not be lucky enough to win.
Above: ORS-1 satellite model
This competition is now closed. Twenty winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
The information below is from Postlerferguson:
Postlerferguson is proud to announce the second series of products designed for Papafoxtrot London! We have selected the 5 most iconic unmanned spacecraft circling the earth and transformed them into Papafoxtrot's iconic design language which we developed with our series of wooden cargo vessels a year ago. From an interplanetary garbage collection to a future commercial spacebus to Mars these amazing machines are making the world go round day and night.
Postlerferguson has been responsible for the visual identity, packaging design of the series as well as the art direction, web page and brand system continuing our ongoing collaboration with Papafoxtrot.
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