Winners for the GTK #3 giveaway!


Remember the giveaway of the latest issue of the Good to Know zine I had up last week? Well, we have our winners! Congratulations to commenter number #36 (char) and #14(majeak ann) — you’ll hear from me very soon! Thank you to everyone who participated and who purchased a copy too!

And now for those who are interested, here’s our question for the upcoming FOURTH issue of the Good to Know project:

What goals have you set for your business? How do you measure success? And more importantly – how do you celebrate your successes?

If you’d like to participate, head on to this page and scroll all the way down to put in your two cents worth. Those on the mailing list will be hearing from us very soon too!

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Psst… don’t fret if you weren’t picked this time. There’s another giveaway happening over at Modish Biztips right now until the 21st! Scoot!

Amy Ng

Amy is a former architecture + design magazine editor who always thought her hands were a little out of control. So she remedied it by dabbling in illustration; participating in Illustration Friday, hanging out with her Gocco machine and started Pikaland in February 2008. Drawing has since taken a back seat to managing projects and blogging, and now instead of hanging out with the gocco printer, she mingles with peeps all over the world who shares the same love for illustration and art as she does!

Read all her posts here!

You can contact Amy by emailing her at amy{AT}pikaland.com

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Follow the Leader

Have you seen the wonderful project started by Sean and Anna of Sub-Studio called Follow the Leader?

From the website:

Follow The Leader is a small project that we dreamt up recently that focuses on three things we like: friends, illustration, and collaborating with friends. If you are interested in collaborating with us, please download your favorite drawing (hi-res pdfs – can be opened in Illustrator or Photoshop, or printed out and drawn on by hand) and complete the drawing, however you are inspired to do so. There’s only one rule: The location and size of our initial seed drawing should remain the same.

This one here, titled “I like motorbikes and carousel horses.” is done by the fabulous Rebecca Murphy.