31 October 2012
After Closer (Digital Edition) Competition 
A reminder that our @seditionart / Peter Saville After Closer [Digital Edition] competition closes Sunday 4 November at 22:00 GMT.

In order to do is answer the following question:

"The designs for which skyscraper in New York City encouraged Peter Saville to adopt a neo-Classical style for the original Closer album sleeve?"

Normal Cerysmatic Competition rules apply - one entry by email per person. The lucky winner will be pulled out of the Cerysmatic SF Giants baseball hat. The winner will be notified by email and will receive a voucher code with which to download the prize.

After Closer [Digital Edition] is available direct from s[edition] art on dynamic pricing.

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