7 Golden Tickets, 7 London Locations

Visit one of seven secret locations across London to collect a free print of our new issue cover art. And more...

To celebrate the release of LWLies 66: The Magnificent Seven issue, we’ve hidden seven prints of Timba Smits’ cover art in seven of our favourite coffee shops across London. And that’s not all…

One print in each location contains a Magnificent Golden Ticket. Find it, and you’ll win a limited edition Trainspotting print courtesy of Print Club London artist Peter Strain and Film4 Summer Screen season at Somerset House.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Check out our location hints below.

2. Head to your closest venue and say the magic password: ‘Sir, I Have A Proposition’.

3. Grab a free print and hope you’re one of the big winners.

Follow the prize trail across London and let us know how your search is getting on via Twitter using the hashtag #LWLiesGold

Good luck!

 

 

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Published 10 Aug 2016

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