Bring Spring to Life with POSCA

Spring is finally here and to celebrate we've teamed up with POSCA to bring you an exclusive opportunity to win a year's supply of POSCA pens!

Get inspired with the theme of #BringSpringToLife and create a piece of artwork that captures the Spring season. Fields of flowers, nature-inspired patterns, farm animals, a trip to the countryside, even your own garden – whatever it may be, we’d love to see your own artistic interpretations to reflect the season of Spring!

Bring Spring to Life with Posca

Bring Spring to Life with Posca

Once you’ve created your piece of art you may enter in one of the following ways:

Facebook – Entrants who are looking to enter via Facebook should submit their art to the Inkygoodness Facebook timeline using the hashtag #BringSpringToLife.

Twitter – Entrants can also submit their entry via Twitter. To do so they simply have to tweet their artwork to @inkygoodness with the hashtag #BringSpringToLife.

Instagram – To enter via Instagram entrant users have to upload their artwork and tag @inkygoodness with the hashtag #BringSpringToLife.

Competition ends on Saturday 20th May at midnight. Winners will be shortlisted on Monday 22nd May with three winners announced at 3pm! Good luck.

Pro illustrator Kev Munday uses Posca in his creative work

Pro illustrator Kev Munday uses Posca in his creative work


Gold – A year’s supply of Posca pens (x12 packs), will feature as ‘Artist of the Month’ on the Posca Facebook channel (which includes x4 feature posts) and a Posca pencil case.

Silver – A six-month supply of Posca pens (x6 packs)

Bronze – A three-month supply of Posca pens (x3 packs)

What is Posca?

Posca is a water-based paint marker can be used on all surfaces and has countless applications from transforming objects, to making drawings and colourings; to make rough sketches or mark with accuracy ideal for creative crafts hobbyists and professional artists.

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*Terms & Conditions apply. No cash alternative available. Artists may submit more than one entry. Open to residents in the UK & Europe only.




Posted on May 16th, 17 by | Twitter: @lisahassell

Founder & director of Inkygoodness, Lisa is a published writer and arts journalist, focusing on creative business, graphic art and illustration and design education. Her words regularly appear in Computer Arts, Creative Bloq, Digital Arts and IdN.

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