Neil Gaiman art contest winners

Here are the winners of the Neil Gaiman art contest held in conjunction with the 3rd Philippine Graphic/Fiction Awards.

All three plus other selected artwork can be seen at the North Court of Rockwell Power Plant Mall.

First place: Boundaries by Elle Battung. Medium: Paper

Second place: Together with Barnabas by Marie Franz Canares. Medium: Canvas, Acrylic, Coffee

Third place: Hole by Rea Uypitchitig (thanks Lyn!

I think this one won the People's Choice award This tied for second place. You read about the author's account about the event here.

Armageddon by Lyn (uh, what's your last name nga pala? Hehe.)

Here are some of the other works I found interesting:

The Other Mother by Melanie H. Lim

Peek-A-Boo by Kamille Anne U. Areopagita

Congratulations to the winners! Neil Gaiman himself chose the winners.

Note: I am not affiliated with the organizers of the event, Rockwell or Neil Gaiman (though I wish I was for the latter hehe).


Lyn March 22, 2010 at 1:37 PM  

Hi! Woohoo, found this entry while searching for more info about the event. Thanks for blogging about it! The third place winner was listed as the work of "Rea Uypitchitig" on the entry tag from the gallery exhibit on Sunday, in case you were still looking. I didn't catch the entry tag of one of the entries too (I think it fell off or something), so I was looking around to see if anyone else did.

I have a few more shots of the gallery here, in case it helps!

Kat March 24, 2010 at 2:12 PM  

Thanks so much Lyn! It certainly does help. I wasn't able to take pictures of the other works, but I did make sure I got photos of the winners. :D

Lyn March 26, 2010 at 9:13 PM  

No prob! Edited my post to link to your entry <3 Linking to your art blog, too, though I wish Wordpress blogs were as network-friendly as Blogspot :(

Kamille June 1, 2010 at 3:35 PM  

Wow, thank you for featuring my work in your blog! I'm happy you found it interesting <3 Congratulations to all the winners and finalists too!

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