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WIN! A BRUTAL Posters film, album or book cover design!

Indie designers BRUTAL Posters have launched a competition for one lucky filmmaker, musician or author to win a custom design for their project.

Having created stunning artwork for films such as Burn and film fests like Terror at the Tramshed, their star is rising on the independent scene. They’ve only been around a short time, but a quickly-growing fanbase on Twitter and an eager queue forming for their uniquely-created work – which they price completely dependent on a project’s budget in order to provide affordable, top quality design for indie artists who may not have a great deal of money – has meant they’re very much in demand.

A Slaughtered Bird exclusive, BRUTAL Posters are now offering you the chance to win one of their creations for your indie project: a poster or cover for your film, album or book – uniquely designed to truly represent your labour of love!

To win, simply email BRUTALPosters@gmail.com and tell them about your project and design ideas, and they’ll choose their favourite!

While they specialise in “gritty, grimy, trashy,” VHS-style retro-ness for horror projects, anyone is eligible to enter, from any genre.

*Closing date: 30/10/2017, midnight (GMT)

Check BRUTAL Posters out on Twitter HERE, and GOOD LUCK!

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