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Competition: three copies of Eulenspiegel Print 1 by Katrin Olina to be won

Dezeen and publisher Gestalten are offering readers the chance to win one of three copies of Eulenspiegel Print 1 by Icelandic graphic artist Katrin Olina.

The Eulenspiegel series of four A0 posters are the latest additions to Gestalten's Art Edition range of prints.

This competition competition is now closed.

Three 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 bottom of this page.

Unfortunately, only residents of main-land Europe are eligible to enter this competition.

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Here's some info from Gestalten:


A0 size poster, Title: Eulenspiegel Print 1 (50 Euro value)

About the poster

As its latest Art Edition prints, Gestalten presents four posters from Icelandic designer Katrin Olina. These atmospheric illustrations embody the artist's hallmark ability to sublime the dark with the light, especially in mythical form. Brilliant rays of light filter through a swamp forest abundant with vines and flowers. But upon closer look, truculent objects emerge -- centaurs, barbells, machine guns, droopy flora -- causing the plump cartoon-like characters to appear suddenly sinister.

About Katrin Olina:

From Paris to London, Japan to Germany, artist Katrin Olina's surreal visuals have garnered her world-wide recognition. After studying Industrial Design at the E.S.D.I. in Paris before working as a product designer with Philippe Starck in Paris and Ross Lovegrove in London, Olina moved on to graphic design and illustration work for projects including the large-scale commissions by the Kortrijk Design Biennale in 2002, Oslo National Gallery in 2005 and, most recently, the Cristal Bar in Hong Kong.

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Congratulations to the winners! Eric Deschenes in Italy, Christiaan van Niekerk in the UK and Luka Gorissek in Slovenia.