Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with furniture company H and the Affordable Art Fair to give away two of the brand's Barrel Trays, along with tickets to this year's event in London for the winners and three runners up.
Congratulations to the winners! Samuel Sheard, Anita Marshall, Liam Andrews, Natasha Lucic and Esperanca de Souza.
Now in its fifth year, the Affordable Art Fair is returning to London's Hampstead Heath and will involve 110 international and local galleries.
Exhibitors include London's Cynthia Corbett Gallery, who specialise in contemporary works by newly established artists, along with Netherlands based Galerie Nummer40.
Paintings, sculptures, photography and limited-edition prints will all be priced between £100 and £5000.
Throughout the duration of the fair, visitors will also have the chance to take part in photography, painting and life-drawing workshops.
Designed by German-born Tino Seubert for H, the simple Barrel Tray is a constructed from a solid wood bottom and a metal outer ring.
The wooden base is available in natural or white oiled oak, ash and European walnut. Painted in blue, deep green, yellow and pale pink; the brushed metal was added to give a contemporary edge to the piece.
The two winners will receive one of the trays, along with a pair of tickets to the event.
Three runners up will also win tickets to the fair, which is taking place in Hampstead from 11 to 14 June.
Each ticket admits two people to the fair, the charity private view on 10 June from 5:30pm to 9:30pm, and the Summer Soiree on 11 June from 5:30pm to 9:30 pm.
Dezeen readers can also receive a free ticket for the day fair, by going on the website and entering the code DEZEENART.
This competition has now closed. Two winners and three runners up will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners' names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
Read on for more information from the organisers:
About the Affordable Art Fair
The Affordable Art Fair is bursting back onto Hampstead Heath for what promises to be a blockbuster fifth edition. 110 local and international galleries will descend onto the heath, showcasing original painting, sculpture, photography and limited edition prints by 1,100 exceptional artists all under one roof. All artwork is priced between £100 - £5,000 so, whatever your budget, you're sure to find a piece that's perfect for you.
Whether you're a first time buyer seeking a traditional masterpiece, or an experienced collector on the hunt for the next big thing, the fair will be brimming with Affordable Art Fair favourites alongside a plethora of new work by rising stars.
If you've got a keen eye for talent spotting don't miss the emerging artist showcase, featuring some of the most exciting artists from the prestigious University of the Arts, London.
Enjoy a family day out, and take advantage of an education programme jam-packed with workshops and activities for all ages.
H is a furniture company that conceives and creates meaningful pieces for discerning clients. London based, but with a global outlook, we embrace contrasts and celebrate differences, bringing together carefully curated and beautifully crafted collections that make people's lives richer.
H launched its 2014 collections designed by Hierve, at IMM Cologne Furniture Fair and unveiled the Loom Collection at The London Design Festival, following its debut US appearance at ICFF New York and opening its Online Shop the same year.
H wrapped up its 2014 Collection string of exhibitions with its participation at Maison and Objet Asia, Singapore this past March. The company recently launched its 2015 collections, introducing a range of accessories at Designjunction Edit, Milan during Salone del Mobile - in collaboration with established and emerging designers from around the world. The new collection is currently being showcased at Designjunction Edit New York and the upcoming Clerkenwell Design Week in London.