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Harpoon Artwork Competition Winners

3rd December 2019
By Alex Deitsch

Amazed by the sheer number of submissions sent to us over, director Rob Grant and producer Michael Peterson found it difficult to whittle down the 80+ submissions to a single winner for our HARPOON reverse art sleeve competition.

However, after weeks of debating and discussing, the filmmaking duo have finally handed over the winning title to.... Chris Barnes! (twitter: @BRUTALPosters).



Look out for Chris' amazing reverse art on our January Blu-Ray release of HARPOON, pre-order a copy now!


With so many strong submissions, Grant and Peterson also selected 5 runners up - Connor Fenner-Toora, Melvin Mago, Joey Reinisch, Ryan Button and Sture Pallarp.


Connor Fenner-Toora

Joey Reinisch

Melvin Mago

Ryan Button

Sture Pallarp



Because of the high quality of entries, we'd also like to showcase 15 special mentions...

Alberto Aviero (twitter: @alberto_aviero)

Austin Hinderliter (instagram: @austinartstuff)

Chris Fielding

Colin Murdoch

Kevbo (

Dean (

Snollygoster Productions (instagram: @snolly.gosterproductions)

Stemo (instagram: @stemo_art)

Mike O' Brien

Steve Wrench

Tom Atkinson

Sorin Ilie

Teemu Saarinen

Max Ellis

Neil Fraser


A huge thanks to everyone who took the time to enter and wish you all smooth sailing into 2020. 


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