Contest

For 02016, we're putting the contest on ice. Q1 we're closing the doors for a break and then in Q2 & Q3 we're fousing on a new project. We'll resume the contest in 02017 with some new prizes.

Mailing List

Even though the contest is quiet, we'll still be sending out our Quarterly newsletters. Feel free to subscribe.

How to win

You need to send your latitude and longitude by moving and zooming the map so the cross-hairs are centered on your location. The lat/lon is used to randomly pick the winner and the email address is so we can contact you. That's it. You don't need to spam 6 friends or retweet or follow us.

The only thing we ask in return is that you subscribe the mailing list. We send out one single message each quarter and if you don't like it you can unsubscribe after winning, you won't hurt our feelings, well not too much at least.

The winner will be drawn 2 months through the quarter. The submitted point closest to the randomly chosen point, according to the Haversine Formula will be deemed the winner.

Note: If you win, we'll send you an email to get your full address. If your address isn't nearby the lat/lon you sent in, we'll pick a new random point. (So don't get smart and submit 50 times with 50 different locations, then ask us to send it elsewhere.)

Previous Contest Winners

  1. July 1st 2012: Lat: -38.016 Lon: -148.373 was randomly selected. Winner of the Reykjavik Center Map was Bernard from Spit Junction, Australia
  2. October 1st 2012: Lat: -45.525 Lon: -89.688 was randomly selected. Winner of the Iceland Illustrated Map was Steve from Cape Town, South Africa
  3. December 1st 2012: Lat: -11.921 Lon: 119.231 was randomly selected. Winner of the TOC San Francisco Map was Marko from Ljubljana, Slovenia
  4. March 1st 2013: Lat: 16.125 Lon: 152.8 was randomly selected. Winner of the Eyjafjallajökull notebooks was Tony in Ibaraki, Japan
  5. June 1st 2013: Lat: -23.331 Lon: -56.152 was randomly selected. Winner of the Blank Business Cards was Allen from Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  6. September 1st 2013: Lat: -86.442 Lon: 19.358 was randomly selected. Winner of the Summer Postcards was Neetij from Mumbai, India
  7. December 1st 2013: Lat: 57.038 Lon: 118.093 was randomly selected. Winner of the 24ways book was Vipin from Hyderabad, India
  8. March 1st 2014: Lat: 23.784 Lon: -12.995 was randomly selected. Winner of the Fooled by Randomness book was Luis from Óbidos, Portugal
  9. June 1st 2014: Lat: -77.8 Lon: 26.97 was randomly selected. Winner for Rock, Paper, Scissors: Game theory in everyday life book was Mohammed Nafees from Jamshedpur, India
  10. Sept 1st 2014: Lat: 34.35 Lon: -146.83 was randomly selected. Winner for The drunkard's walk: How randomness rules our lives book was Austin from California, USA
  11. Dec 1st 2014: Lat: 83.32 Lon: -51.875 was randomly selected. Winner of the Mars Letterpress Notebook was Ægir from Reykjavik, Iceland
  12. March 1st 2015: Lat: -27.667 Lon: -80.898 was randomly selected. Winner of the Designing with Data book was Chris from Langkampfen, Austria
  13. June 1st 2015: Lat: -11.209 Lon: 104.149 was randomly selected. Winner of the Tyvek project was @mxstbr from Vienna, Austria
  14. September 1st 2015: Lat: 77.729 Lon: 13.188 was randomly selected. Winner of the Creating Symbol Fonts Book was Blumenberg from Berlin, Germany
  15. December 1st 2015: Lat: -53.94 Lon: -106.155 was randomly selected. Winner of the Prototype Business Card Notebooks was Phred from Austin, Texas, USA

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