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Win Robotic Ewe's Jaws Print

Posted on January 21 2016

We have another fantastic arty prize to be won this week and it's oh so simple!

Thanks to the amazing Robotic Ewe and Art Pistol, one of our favourite prints is up for grabs!

This week you have a chance to win Robotic Ewe's twist on the classic Jaws film poster, recreated using the entire shooting script of 24,103 words in gill sans ultra bold font.

Jaws film poster by Robotic Ewe

This is a gallery quality giclée print, 50 x 70 cm. This print would make the perfect gift for any art and movie lover!

Check out more from Robotic Ewe and Art Pistol here.



Simply fill out your details in the comments box at the bottom of this page (your contact details won't be published) and let us know why you'd like to win the artwork in the comments box.

And that's it!


The competition will close at midnight on Wednesday 3rd February and the winner will be contacted by email shortly after the closing date. 

By entering the competition to win this wonderful art print you will join the CultureLabel VIP Club and receive weekly emails with exclusive previews of our newest pieces and more fantastic offers and giveaways like this! 


Good luck!

CultureLabel HQ x


  • Clarissa Watkins : February 04, 2016

    Am I too late!??? I want it so bad

  • Jeremy Rance: February 03, 2016

    The ultimate classic, done in such an original way. I have the perfect hanging space in my downstairs loo. Good to get the bowels moving haha (too much info?)

  • Maddie Sinclair: February 01, 2016

    I love a bit of gill sans ultra bold, me! Also, I’m an Aussie living in the UK, so having a print of a badarse shark on my wall would remind me of home ;-)

  • Miss Darryl Darling: February 01, 2016

    I saw this amazing film in the summer holidays when it first came out. I live by the sea and vividly remember running frantically out of the water after seeing a shark fin behind me… It was a crisp packet. I would love to be reminded of what a heroine I was on that day by having this awesome print on my wall.

  • Olav geurts: February 01, 2016

    Love the print! I am a movie and art lover. This combined is such fun. I collect pop and graphiti art and this would be such a great addition to my collection…

  • Sophie: February 01, 2016

    Jaws is such a classic!

  • PJ: February 01, 2016

    It combines my love of rubber sharks with my son’s obsession with typography. Love it!

  • Milo: January 27, 2016

    This is so dope… The original Jaws poster was what made me convince my grandma to sneak to Blockbuster vhs rental with me when I was like 9 years old and rent the movie. Such a cult image.

  • Salla Mussalo: January 27, 2016

    It’s an interesting new take on a true classic and would definitely help to lift my room to a new level.

  • Elmarie van Heerden: January 27, 2016

    I’ve been wanting a Jaws poster in my bathroom forever. I surf and have a shark obsession. But my boyfriend has banned me from doing so as he believes it will only be bad karma. I don’t agree.

  • Lara Maynard: January 27, 2016

    I remember watching Jaws at a sleepover as a kid. Great memory.

  • Sara Huxley-Edwards: January 26, 2016

    Because I’d like to give it to a friend of mine whose favourite film is Jaws. She’s been through a hard time over the last few years and has finally managed to buy her own house for herself and her daughter to live in. This would be the perfect house warming gift.

  • Susan Gallagher: January 26, 2016

    Jaw was the first movie I went to see with my family in the cinema – it was a real occasion followed by pizza in a restaurant afterwards :). Probably the last time we were all together

  • Marina Dussek: January 26, 2016

    Just love that film

  • snowden flood: January 26, 2016

    This would make a brilliant present for my son, he likes sharks, is desperate to see the film Jaws (I haven’t allowed it… yet!) and loves words and letters in quite an obsessive way (he has aspergers).

  • Carey Auge: January 26, 2016

    This is just so cool.

  • Catherine: January 26, 2016

    Gobble gobble crunch gobble floaty leg gobble head yam yam yam I am jaws swim swim bye

  • Vishnu Joory: January 26, 2016

    I was born in 1975, this film scared me but I loved it. I have a spare room called the Jaws room filled with artwork and toys.

    Thanks Vish

  • Elly Thomas: January 25, 2016

    Love Jaws and I love Spielberg as a director and as a Film Studies Student and a budding film-maker myself this would be the perfect thing for hanging up on my wall!

  • Gary Craig: January 24, 2016

    I would love to win this print. JAWS is my favourite film, I first saw it when I was 9 years old on VHS I can remember being amazed not just at the action but how the film was actually put together and it has inspired me to chase my dream of becoming a film editor. The front cover is tattoo’d on my arm to remind me to chase it every day.


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