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WIN GEEK LOOT: “Love & Art are in the Air” – 2016 Valentine’s Day Outlaw Rewards Contest

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“Where does he get all those wonderful prints?”

 

There’s been a lot of talk recently about The Art of the Deal and “winning” by a certain flamboyant multi-gazillionaire running for president of the United States. However, a certain unabashed and poverty-stricken Outlaw is going to try and change the subject to winning a great deal of art!

That’s right folks, love and broken New Year’s resolutions are in the air which means it’s time for the first Outlaw Rewards Contest of 2016. While performing some winter cleaning over the holiday break, this Outlaw realized that although he is not a poor starving artist, he is a poor starving art collector.

Alas, my lack of wall space and impulsive urge to spend money I don’t have are my fellow Outlaws gain! My Valentine’s gift to the Outlaw community is a contest that will bestow a significant portion of my pop-culture artwork unto four lucky contestants.

 

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On the bright side, at least my pants feel lighter.

 

As per the norm, winning is so easy I often find myself sitting on the toilet thinking about how much more simplistic I can make my next contest, which ironically, is incredibly difficult. All I ask is you share with the Geek Outlaw community your most cherished piece of geek art work. (Masterpieces can be bought, self-made, self-built, or even self-photographed!)

Please submit your most cherished artistic artifact via words, photos or even video via email at GeekOutlaw@outlook.com or by sending me a message via the Geek Outlaw Facebook Page , posting to the Facebook post itself, or by replying in the comments section of this page. Four winners will be chosen so make sure you submit your entry no later than midnight (PST) of February 15th 2016.

(NOTE: You also must Like Geek Outlaw on Facebook and be an e-mail subscriber to the GeekOutlaw.com email subscription service to be eligible.)

Want to know how much I love thou? Check out the prize packs below to see what you could win…

 

GRAND PRIZE:

1 – Official Star Wars: The Force Awakens mini-poster featuring Rey & BB-8 – (Limited Edition courtesy of Disney)
1- 2014 SDCC Robocop Metallic Print & Sleeve – (Numbered Limited Edition courtesy of FOX)
1- Ghostbusters “Elevator Scene” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Daredevil Quote Montage Print – (Featuring quotes directly from the hit series. Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Wonder Woman “Western Maxim” – Cover Print
1 – Venom & Carnage “Like Father, Like Son” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Original Rocketeer Sketch – (Drawn & Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Transformers Dinobots “Warriors” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Lot of five Dinobot Laserjet Paper Prints
1 – Geek Outlaw “One-Line” Print – (Created exclusively for Geek Outlaw by “One-Line” artist, Mick Hicks. Signed by Geek Outlaw.)

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The Art Awakens.

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“Freeze… for your portrait.”

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Perfect for any non-smoking area of your dwelling.

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Art as literacy, literally.

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A closeup of your reading homework.

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Don’t ask me why I’m giving this away. (No really, I advise against it.)

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Giving Spider-Man nightmares for two successful decades and counting.

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The artist of this actually drew this in front of me… in about 7 minutes.

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They’ve got the combined intelligence of a 2-year old, but that’s what I love about them.

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Jurassic Robo-World has a nice ring to it, no?

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The artist (Mike Hicks) completes all his art such as this by drawing one continuous line without lifting his pencil once.

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2ND PRIZE:

1Transformers Grimlock “Chalk Art” Print – (Signed by the artist.)
1 – The Simpsons “Star Wars” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – The Simpsons “Hulk & Wolverine” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1- Transformers “Grimlock on Fire” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Set of 3 ‘Chibi’ Prints featuring the Dinobots, Ghostbusters & The Rocketeer (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Transformers Perceptor Cybertron Science Camp Poster (24 x 24)
1 – Lot of five Dinobot Laserjet Paper Prints
1 – Geek Outlaw “One-Line” Print – (Created exclusively for Geek Outlaw by “One-Line” artist, Mick Hicks. Signed by Geek Outlaw.)

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“Me Grimlock like posing for painter person.”

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“Why you little Jedi!”

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Me Grimlock sweating my ball bearings off down here.”

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You asked for cute, you got it. (I think you asked for it anyway.)

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If robots that transform into microscopes is how we get kids learning science, then so be it!

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They’ve got the combined intelligence of a 2-year old, but that’s what I love about them.

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The artist (Mike Hicks) completes all his art such as this by drawing one continuous line without lifting his pencil once.

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3RD PRIZE

1Original Venom “One-Line” Art(Drawn & Signed by artist Mike Hicks.)
1 – Spider-Man ‘Chibi’ Postcard – (Signed by the artist.)
1 – Spider-Man “Watercolor” Print – (Signed by the original artist.)
1 – Noel G Signed Photo from his time on The Walking Dead (Photo proof here!)
1 – Lot of four Dinobot Laserjet Paper Prints
1 – Geek Outlaw “One-Line” Print – (Created exclusively for Geek Outlaw by “One-Line” artist, Mick Hicks. Signed by Geek Outlaw.)

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Mick Hicks did this in one line folks, no lie!

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The only baby spider I refuse to squash.

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Water colors, tingling!

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“Me Grimlock like posing for painter person.”

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Noel G (far left) posing with a certain someone a few of you might recognize.

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If you don’t like robots that can turn into dinosaurs, I’m afraid you are a lost cause.

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The artist (Mike Hicks) completes all his art such as this by drawing one continuous line without lifting his pencil once.

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4TH PRIZE

1The Sheet Comic Cover Print (Signed by Identity Comics owner, creator, writer & artist, Lars Canty.)
1 – Set of Limited Edition Art Collectors Cards (Courtesy of Hero Complex Gallery)
1 – Lot of three Dinobot Laserjet Paper Prints
1 – Geek Outlaw “One-Line” Print – (Created exclusively for Geek Outlaw by “One-Line” artist, Mick Hicks. Signed by Geek Outlaw.)

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The consequences of not washing your linens on a regular basis.

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For those that like their art in a more portable format.

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“Me Grimlock like Geek Outlaw… as far as I can throw him.”

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The artist (Mike Hicks) completes all his art such as this by drawing one continuous line without lifting his pencil once.

As has become the norm, all winners receive their far share of Geek Outlaw stickers which can be used for a whole slew of things including decorating your tablet or smartphone covers, covering up whole in your drywall, or picking up after your dog should you run out of baggies.

 

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Collect the whole set… of one.

 

If you’re truly in the giving mood. I also have addition copies of Forging Freedom, custom Geek Outlaw shirtss and “Howdy PartnerD” flasks ripe for the purchasing!

 

Leather Laser Engraved – Geek Outlaw “Howdy PartnerD” Flask
($25 w/ FREE Shipping!)

The Leather Outlaw ($25 + FREE Shipping)

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Steel – Geek Outlaw “Howdy PartnerD”
($20 w/ FREE Shipping!)
[choice of Desperado & 6-Shooter fonts]

Steel Desperado ($20 + FREE Shipping)

P1070621 (Large)

Steel 6-Shooter ($20 + FREE Shipping)

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If you want some of these adult themed goodies, feel free to send your hard earned money to the Outlaw via Paypal using the email GeekOutlaw@outlook.com. Don’t forget to include your shipping address and specific order description or I’ll assume you are making a donation to the “Geek Outlaw Needs to Buy Groceries This Month Foundation.” (On a serious note, a portion of proceeds from each sale are donated to Operation Gratitude.)

Good luck fellow Outlaws! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah (plus every other holiday I can’t recall due to alcohol killing my brain cells) and to all, a geeky night!

 

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Ummm, those aren’t Valentine’s chocolates!

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