Photography on a Postcard Lottery is Live

Our Photography on a Postcard Lottery is now LIVE. You can purchase yours here.

Your raffle ticket guarantees you a one off A6 (4.1 x 5.8 in.) photograph by one of our Photography on a Postcard Artists; Wolfgang Tillmans, Martin Parr, Dougie Wallace, Edmund Clark, Tom Hunter, Simon Norfolk, Chris Steele Perkins, Jenny Lewis, Homer Sykes, Eleanor Macnair, David Hoffman and many many more well known and loved photographers as well talented newcomers who are on their way to being the next Nat Finklestein.

Andy Warhol by Nat Finkelstein

One of the very special Postcards you can win is Nat Finkelstein's portrait of Andy Warhol. In 1964, Nat entered Andy Warhol's Factory as a journalist and remained for three years. His photographs of the legendary Silver Factory scene are now recognized among the most iconic images of the era. During this time, Finkelstein was also aligned with the burgeoning civil rights movement. His involvement with radical political activity, as well as underworld drug culture, led to a federal warrant for his arrest in 1969. One of our raffle ticket holders will leave with this piece. 

A full list of photographers taking part can be downloaded HERE

Dougie Wallace's Made in Chelsea

Each ticket will come with it's own unique order number which will be your entry. If you buy more than one ticket we will add a,b,c,d & so on to your order number. This number will appear on the 'order confirmation' webpage after placing your order and will automatically be emailed to you.

© Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

The winners will be pulled using a computerised random number generator on Monday 30th October.

No postage fee will be added at the checkout. Following the draw, customers will be contacted directly to arrange postage. 

So if you would like a Photo Postcard by one of the best Photographers, dead or alive, click here and purchase your raffle ticket now. 

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