First Night Design | Standing 10′ Tall – Times Square Here I Come!


A few days ago I received an email from See.me informing me that I had been chosen to receive three free spots on their Times Square (NY) billboard show. My work will be 10 feet (3 meters) tall on the sign. This is quite extraordinary. It’s just a shame I can’t be there to see them in person!

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There’s only two days left to garner likes and, if you wish, create and buy tee-shirts and postcards, but if I get enough points from these activities by you lovely chaps and chappesses to add to the 500 given free, I’m in with a chance of having an image at 200 feet (60 meters) tall. I won’t know where to put meself!

The choice of which three artworks to submit was almost impossible but in the end I went for the three you see below. Now I want to change my mind but it’s too late!

Click any or all three to go to See.me and like ’em. The white heart on a pink background top right is the icon to press.
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Glass Ceiling


Dancing in Greek


Tangle Mountain


Click any or all three to go to See.me and like ’em. The white heart on a pink background top right is the icon to press.
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Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

38 thoughts on “First Night Design | Standing 10′ Tall – Times Square Here I Come!

      1. Isn’t if funny how that works, lol! Like your Manuscript piece–I believe you said that was sort of an accident–and it knocked my socks off! So just keep doing what you’re doing and put it all out there! ❤

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