Enter to Win the Steve Thomas Poster Giveaway!

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Steve Thomas, master of vintage style posters, wants to share his work with one lucky GeekDad reader!

This week, enter to win one of Steve Thomas’s fantastic geeky posters by commenting on this post. Choose from seven Star Wars travel posters, a Voltron poster, or a Groundhog Day poster. Finding it hard to choose which one you like best? They are also available for sale. See each of the individual posters below for purchase information. Whether you win the poster in the giveaway, or buy one or more individually, you could have your print(s) by the holidays!

The winner of the giveaway gets to choose from the following posters:

The Punxsutawney travel poster is a Giclee print on archival paper and measures 16 x 24 inches. From a limited run of 50, it comes numbered and signed. Retail value $75. Purchase direct.

The Voltron “concert” poster is a 4 spot color silkscreen print on French 100# PopTone (teal) paper and measures 16 x 20 inches. From a limited run of 25, it comes numbered and signed. Retail value $50. Purchase direct.

The Star Wars travel posters are all Giclee prints on archival paper and measure 13 x 19 inches. They are from an original limited run of 150, but most are already sold out. Winner receives 1 of 15 artist proofs (same size and quality as original 150 prints). It comes numbered and signed and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Lucasfilm and Acme Archives. The “Racing Through the Streets of Mos Eisley” poster was recently seen on the set of Two and a Half Men. Purchase Coruscant direct for $89, purchase Tatooine direct for $89, or email Steve for information on directly purchasing any of the other Star Wars posters.

To win the poster giveaway, comment on this post. Being interesting won’t give you an advantage, but it will earn you brownie points! Enter by midnight, Eastern Standard Time, on Friday, December 2, 2011. The winner will be announced on Monday, December 5. Good luck!

Fine print: One comment per person, U.S. entrants only.

To learn more about Steve Thomas and his art, visit his website, read his blog, or check him out on Twitter or Facebook.

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