Hanksy Sticker Scavenger Hunt Begins Today! [Winners Announced]

Posted on: November 5th, 2012 at 11:12 am by

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Due to the wrath of Hurricane Sandy, Hanksy’s show at the Krause Gallery on Orchard was postponed to this Thursday (November 8). Dubbed “Young Puns 2: Now with More Pun,” the exhibit will feature a plethora of his pun penned pleasures, and coincides with his street-level involvement in the forthcoming New York Comedy Festival.

To mark the occasion, we’ve teamed up with the comical street artist on a new scavenger hunt. Starting today, you can scour the neighborhood for specially-made Hanksy stickers and enter the unique codes on our website for a chance to win limited edition prizes! We hear that the slaps will be within a few blocks of the Krause Gallery…

Start playing now >>

Prizes include:

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Grand Prize Winner:

  • (1) Ferrell Cat stencil (used by artist)
    • Framed
    • 1-of-a-kind
  • (1) Ice Ice Baby T-shirt
  • (1) Hansky Rat T-shirt
  • Stickers

1st Prize Winner:

  • (1) Ferrell Cat Panel (stencil on found wood)
    • 22″x16″
    • Ed. 2/3
  • (1) Ice Ice Baby T-shirt
  • (1) Hansky Rat T-shirt
  • Stickers

2nd Prize Winner:

  • (1) Ferrell Cat Panel (stencil on found wood)
    • 22″x16″
    • Ed. 3/3
  • Stickers

3rd Prize Winner:

  • (1) You Had Me At Jello print
    • 24″x18″ unframed
  • (1) Ice Ice Baby T-shirt
  • Stickers

**Updated 11/15**
Thanks to everyone who played and congrats to the winners!
Grand Prize: Matthew Trudeau
1st Prize: Julia Berke
2nd Prize: Chris Foote
3rd Prize: Francesco Marano

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