well here it is… the challenge I’ve been talking about for some time.
The first and biggest challenge for our Featured Features Group.
Just add your best Featured work in this challenge for your chance to win! (the work have been featured either on the homepage, in the Red Bubble featured area or in a group)
Vote for the work you yourself believe is best. Maybe it affects you deeply on an emotional level… maybe you’re bowled over by the technique or quality… maybe it just looks ‘stand out incredible’… compared to every other entry. Basically… whichever is the work you believe to be deserving of receiving a prize and first place.
Because this is a challenge with a prize involved we request that there be no unfairness when it comes to voting. No voting from extra accounts or directly requesting votes through journals or b-mails. Any that are proven to have broken the above guidelines will be removed from the challenge
Lets all be fair and deal with this competition with integrity to see the winner getting first purely on merit.
The winner will receive TWO brand new Beatles Books. These books are just brilliant! They’ve only just been published this month in Australia so they’re NEW RELEASES. Each book chronicles the stories and inspirations behind each and every Beatles song published between 1962- 1970. They’re a cracker of a read!!
‘Good Night’ is certainly the most schmaltzy song ever written by John Lennon. If it had been one of Paul’s songs John would probably have dismissed it as “garbage” but his final comment was only that it was possibly “over-lush”.
John wrote it, he said for Julian as a bedtime song just as 12 years later, he would write ‘Beautiful Boy’ for his second son Sean.
Julian wasn’t aware that John had written the song for him until he was interviewed for this book. This was probably due to the fact that his parents split up within a few weeks of its composition.
“I’m a huge fan of The Beatles:The Stories behind The Songs. It’s an inspring and humbling book.” – BONO (quote printed on the back of the books)
♦ These gorgeous books were donated by Australian Publisher Five Mile Press. They’re available in all good bookstores and major stores. They will also be available to order via their website very soon.