Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with Not Another Bill to give readers the likelihood to win 1 of 5 three-month subscriptions to its services that delivers restricted-edition presents.
Not Yet another Bill sends out a shock homeware, jewellery or other design and style-associated merchandise to subscribers every single month, with the aim to make obtaining publish more interesting.
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“Not An additional Bill is created on the thought that no one particular receives anything good in the submit anymore,” said founder Ned Corbett-Winder. “We have manufactured it our mission to make letterboxes a far more magical spot as properly as introducing our subscribers to unique merchandise from great artists, designers and brand names.”
When signing up, the user enters info about their age, sex, interests and preferences about the kinds of items they would like to obtain.
At the start off of every month, subscribers obtain a carefully chosen and presented present accompanied by a personalised letter explaining a lot more about the solution and its designer.
Because setting up Not An additional Bill in 2011, its curators have created special editions with effectively-recognized manufacturers this kind of as Tom Dixon, Hay and Lomography, as well as emerging designers One particular We Manufactured Earlier, Tom Pigeon and Studio Sarah.
Current presents have incorporated leather cardholders, a gold-plated necklace with a pineapple-shaped pendant and a selection of handmade soaps.
The Not Yet another Bill bundle can also be bought for other people. The gift box contains a welcome pack, a distinctive gift code and a reliable brass token.
Competitors closes 24 March 2015. Five winners will be chosen at random and notified by electronic mail. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this web page. Dezeen competitions are worldwide and entries are accepted from readers in any nation.