After last week’s ‘Things We Didn’t Know’ competition to win an iPhone (it went berserk on Facebook, have a look here), we thought we’d make this week’s challenge (the second in our 10-week run of iPhone giveaways) a little more interactive. The prize is the same, another beautiful, sleek, usefulÂ iPhone, but we want you to use some resourcefulness and excercise your creativity.Â WeÂ want you to create a Desktop Sculpture: JennaWoot made an example for the blog here, you can take it as a starting point or go crazy, involve colleagues, pets, general office paraphernalia… you name it. If you can squeeze it into your Sculpture, use it. The most creative, interesting, weird or intriguing will win!
The rules are simple – all you have to do is create your Desktop Sculpture, photograph it and upload it to the photo section ofÂ our Facebook fan photo gallery by 10AM onÂ Monday 12th October. Just click on the link, sign in and add your entry to our wall, it’ll automatically go to our fan photo gallery. Easy-peasy! So get cracking folks, that iPhone won’t win itself!
Here’s a picture of the example:
Competition Terms & Conditions:
â€¢ Closing Date For this competition is 10AM on MondayÂ 12th October 2009.
â€¢ Sadly, you can only enter this competition once. (You canâ€™t fool us, you know!)
â€¢ This competition is completely free to enter, no purchase is necessary.
â€¢ No cash alternative is available for the prize(s) offered.
â€¢ This competition is open to residents of the UK only.
â€¢ Employees of I Want One of Those and their immediate families and anyone professionally connected with the promotion are not eligible to enter this competition
â€¢ The winner will be chosen by the IWOOT team.
â€¢ The winner will be notified of their win via the Facebook name submitted on the entry. If a response to this notification is not received within 14 days, IWOOT reserves the right to randomly select another winner. In light of this, please ensure you submit an email address that you use regularly!
â€¢ No responsibility will be accepted for entries that are not received.
â€¢ From time to time we may include customer comments and feedback on the site, and in our catalogue and other media. By submitting your comment you are granting us permission to publish it and, if necessary, edit it for clarity and typos.