Emil Milan Giveaway
THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW OVER
The winner will now be the proud owner of some truly unique and interesting pieces of art and design history—including one of Emil Milan's signature bird sculptures.
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The winner was announced on October 16.
All items will be delivered a few weeks after the announcement, with the exception of the copy of Emil Milan: Midcentury Master, which will deliver in the spring of 2018.
The t-shirt will be custom ordered and delivered separately.
Milan Bird Sculpture
The lucky winner will be the proud owner of one of Emil Milan's signature bird sculptures. A truly beautiful example of Midcentury modern design that will be the centerpiece of your bookshelf.
Walnut | 4 x 6 x 1.25 in.
Estimated retail value: $350
Unfinished milan salt spoon
A one-of-a-kind item for the avid Emil Milan collector. This is one of dozens of unfinished spoons found in the artist's studio after his death. This would have been made into a small spoon to accompany a salt bowl. Now it will proudly adorn your desk as a truly unique collectable.
1.125 x 3.75 x .75 in. Unknown wood.
Estimated value: Priceless
Emil Milan: Midcentury Master
A free copy of the standard edition of the Emil Milan publication to add to your library of art books. (Will deliver Spring 2018).
Expected retail value: $70
Custom "Wood is Warm" T-shirt
"Wood is Warm" was a popular mantra used by Emil Milan while he taught at Peter's Valley School of Craft. The phrase was so popular, his students designed t-shirts with the phrase set inside a signature Emilan shape and bird. Our modern replica includes Milan's signature proudly adorning the back of the shirt. The winner will be able to chose from several colors and sizes making it a completely custom shirt.
Estimated value: Bragging rights for wearing a truly unique t-shirt
Science for the farmer
Actual copy of the publication from 1967 with Emil Milan on the cover.
Estimated value: Rare
American Art Collector magazine
Copy of the January 2015 issue with a story about the Emil Milan exhibition at The Center for Art in Wood.
Estimated value: The time it saved you to go online and order a back issue yourself