Win a Signed FACE OFF Poster by Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy

FACE OFF Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy poster contest giveaway

FACE OFF Skull-A-Day vs Street Anatomy poster contest giveaway

[UPDATE] Congratulations to Nina Angelini for winning the FACE OFF gallery show poster!

Street Anatomy and Skull-A-Day are giving away one signed FACE OFF gallery show poster to a lucky fan!

Reflecting the theme of the show the poster features the digitally fused skull artwork of both curators, Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz. Entry details below!

HOW TO ENTER: The FACE OFF show is unique, in that it combines the skull artwork of two different artists into one final piece. To enter this giveaway, leave a comment below answering this question. What two artist’s work would you combine? For me, I would combine the work of René Magritte and street artist, NYCHOS!

WHERE TO ENTER: All entries must be made on this blog post, on

PRIZE INFO: 1 Poster from the FACE OFF gallery show, signed by Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz. The poster measures 11″ wide by 17″ tall and is printed on extra thick 100# gloss paper. The poster will be signed a the show opening on May 31, 2013 and shipped to the winner afterwards.

CONTACT INFO: The winner, chosen at random, will be contacted via email by Street Anatomy within 7 days of the end of the contest. If that winner doesn’t respond, another winner will be chosen. With your comment, please INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS! Entries are only valid with this information.

CONTEST CLOSES: 11:59:59 PM Eastern USA Time Friday, (May 31, 2013).


PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world. The poster will be shipped after it’s signed at the opening of the FACE OFF show, May 31st.

FACE OFF: Skull-A-Day VS Street Anatomy
May 31 – August 25, 2013
Opening reception: Friday, May 31 5–9 PM
International Museum of Surgical Science
1524 N. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL

22 thoughts on “Win a Signed FACE OFF Poster by Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy”

  1. I would combine Hieronymous Bosch and Van Gogh! Between the brushwork and the excrutiating detail, wow!

  2. There are two (well, three) I would really like to see and fortunately they’re all still working. So it’s Jake and Dinos Chapman mashed up with Ron Muech. I’d really love to see that!

  3. Danny Quirk + Tamara de Lempicka. I think the finely detailed anatomy would add a layer of surrealism to the cubist/1920’s portraits.

  4. I’m thinking one of Van Gogh’s portraits split with Munch’s “Screamer,” especially Van Gogh’s smoking skeleton portrait. I really feel this give an interesting view into the the disturbed mind of the artist in his final days.

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