Want a Plywerk print mounted on bamboo but don't feel like paying for it? Well, before you plan an elaborate heist, consider entering Plywerk's Summer Photo Contest. Wait, what are you doing shopping for spy gadgets? Come on, be serious. That grappling hook alone costs more than a Plywerk, much less that laser alarm bypass device. Alright, now that I'm sorry I ever brought up the heist idea, let's talk about how you can acquire a free Plwerk through legitimate means. It's simple!
First, delve into the summer pictures that you've taken. Pick out your best shots of beach vacations, barbecues in the backyard, mountains with shrunken snow caps, ripening berries, outdoor concerts and festivals, national parks, Bran Stark's direwolf, your kids slip and sliding down the neighborhood park, campfires, sunsets, or whatever else makes you think of the sunny season.
Second, go to Plywerk's facebook page to enter the contest. Simply upload your summer picture, which is just as easy as putting a picture anywhere else on facebook.
Third, vote. You can also check out the competition to see the astoundingly beautiful pictures taken all over the world by accomplished photographers. Then vote for your own anyway because hey, free Plywerk.
Finally, game the system in your favor. Mobilize your political machine by sharing the contest with your Facebook friends. You automatically earn 3 extra votes for each Facebook friend who also enters the contest. You all want to share your pictures with each other anyway, so why not do so in a way that increases your whole friend group's chances of winning? See, you've been cultivating that social network for vitally important reasons, and definitely not as a procrastination tool.
You have until June 21st to enter. If you win you'll get your own made-to-order art panel! You'll also get bragging rights for your photography skills that you can bring up anytime someone compliments your lovely hand-crafted art panel.
Written By Landon Goldberg. Before joining Plywerk, Landon studied philosophy at Reed College, taught English in Korea for two years, and wrote a few half-completed books. He enjoys travel, hiking, inventing stories, and building elaborate nonsense.