Gimme a Giveaway: Vol. 25

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Happy Friday, all!  Hope your day is great so far.  I’m super excited for today’s giveaway from Vol. 25.

If you’re on the internet at all, I’m sure you’ve seen Jessica’s beautiful work somewhere.  Her charming prints are fun and quirky.  And her new Vintage Inspired Science Posters are to die for.  Seriously, look at these:

Poppy Study Vol. 1:

Lepidoptera Vol. 2:

Feather Patterns Vol. 3:

Antler Study Moose Vol. 1:

Emberiza Vol. 1:

But perhaps my favorite, Minerals & Gems Vol. 1:

Aren’t those gorgeous?!  The answer: absolutely.  So, here’s how you can get your hands on one for your home.

The Goods: One 17 inch by 28 inch  Vintage Inspired Science Poster from Vol. 25.

To Enter:  Leave a comment, which can (but doesn’t have to) include our Just for Fun question.

Just for Fun: Tell us your favorite school subject.  Were you a science junkie?  A mathlete?  Or an art and history lover like I was?

For additional entries:

1.  Follow Vol. 25 blog, then leave another comment.

2.  Like Vol. 25 on Facebook, leaving a separate comment.

3.  Like Our Humble Abode on Facebook, and comment again to increase your chances of winning.

Contest Closes: Thursday, July 25th, 2013.

Number of Winners: One lucky lady or gent.

Ships: Globally, so you international folks, comment away!

Other Info: We will select the winners using and announce on Friday, July 26th.  And that’s the way it is July fifth.

151 thoughts on “Gimme a Giveaway: Vol. 25

  1. I *haven’t* ever seen these AMAZING pieces of art, but I LOVE them. The poppies are gorgeous!!! Thanks for a chance to win one!

  2. Gorgeous artwork – would work in any home. Favourite subject had to be English – solely for the books to read, definitely not the grammar lessons !!

  3. Pick me! These prints remind me of my grandad’s old encyclopedias which I used to read as a kid. My favourite subjects at school were biology and chemistry.

  4. These are awesome! Science was always my favorite subject in school, and now I’m a research scientist! 😉

  5. Love these posters! As an avid writer, reader, and grammar nerd, I’ll have to go with what I majored in: English!

  6. I don’t think I had a favorite subject, but I remember vividly the day I realized how incredible reading is. I was in third grade, and the teacher was reading aloud. I remember being amazed with how I could use my imagination to picture the scenes. Crazy enough though I do not recall the story…just the aha moment. :O)

  7. English was and still is my favorite. Books are like oxygen for me. I read EVERYTHING, books magazines, even boxes and I love to talk about what I’ve read. I adore the Vol. 2 Feather pattern on Vol. 25!

  8. I sure liked her work, especially the little bird profiles. I was a biology nut, but ended up in nursing school.

  9. Wow, these are really pretty! And I love so many of her prints! Anyway, my favorite subject was Spanish. Thanks so much for introducing this artist to us — I think I’m going to get some of her prints…

  10. I love these prints! I especially love the Poppy study. My favorite subjects in school were English and German.

  11. Hi there! My favourite subject at school was French (I am French speaking so it made it very easy), and I was reaaaally bad at science! 😀

  12. Please come decorate or help me decorate my house. I love all of your finds and designs! My favorite subject in school was band, art, and probably science or history.

  13. These posters are seriously so gorgeous! My favorite subject was in English – I loved to read for fun, so reading a book for a class was always a great thing for me!

  14. Beautiful prints. My favourite subject at school was Chemistry. There were only 6 people in our class and we all became very good friends!

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