Get creative and enter our Design Icons Art Contest for your chance to win an iconic Flowerpot VP9 Portable Lamp by Verner Panton! Read on to see how you can go in the draw to win.
In conjunction with our 'Cult Design Icons' exhibition, on show from 17 February - 01 March at Cult Sydney, we're running a Design Icon Art Contest!
How to enter.
> Visit the 'Cult Design Icons' exhibition, on show from 17 February - 01 March at Cult Sydney (21-23 Levey Street, Chippendale, 2008).
> Adjoining the exhibition, you will find a creative table with watercolour, paints, pencils, charcoal, fabric, paper and more.
> Draw, collage or paint an artwork inspired by your favourite design icon from the Cult collection.
Interstate or unable to attend the exhibition? You can still join in! Create your artwork on an A5 card and simply post it to Cult Sydney by 01 March, 2023.
Win an icon.
> All artworks will be displayed at Cult Sydney for the duration of the exhibition - enter as many times as you like!
> Share your artwork on Instagram and tag @cultdesignau #cultdesignicons
> A shortlist will be selected by the curators from the 'Cult Design Icons' exhibition, and the final winner will be chosen by Cult’s CEO, Richard Munao, on Thursday 02 March, 2023 and announced via Instagram / notified directly via email.
> The winner will receive a Flowerpot VP9 Portable Lamp by Verner Panton in any colour of their choosing.
Designed in 1968, the Flowerpot remains among the most iconic works of 20th-century Danish design.
Distinguished by its inventive structure and playful silhouette, its design followed unconventional choices made by an unconventional man – the visionary Danish designer, Verner Panton.
Cult Design Icons exhibition.
This February, Cult celebrates 25 years as the home of original design icons with a brand-new exhibition titled Cult Design Icons.
Taking place in a gallery space adjoining the Cult Flagship Showroom in Sydney’s Chippendale from 17 February until 01 March, this group exhibition showcases 25 design icons curated by 25 leading Australian creatives who have played a significant role in Cult’s 25-year journey.