Art from the poster that Stanley Donwood has created for Glastonbury.

Win A Signed Stanley Donwood Glastonbury Screenprint

Enter the prize draw to win one of five limited edition screenprints of this year's Glastonbury Festival artwork by Stanley Donwood, signed by him and Michael Eavis and Emily Eavis.

The five limited edition screenprints have been signed by Michael Eavis, Emily Eavis, and artist Stanley Donwood, who has created the Glastonbury Festival artwork since 2002!

This year's artwork - 'Worthy Forest' - was painted by Donwood along with his two daughters between November 2023 and March 2024.

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All proceeds from the prize draw will go to War Child UK, raising vital funds for children affected by conflict around the world

"This is 'Worthy Forest'- a picture based very loosely on the Sheldon tapestry map, made in about 1590 and now held at the Bodleian Library in Oxford. The picture imagines the Glastonbury Festival site, Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, England as transformed back to the primeval woodland that once covered much of the country. But this forest is populated by mythical beasts - some from Mediaeval illuminated manuscripts, some invented by the artist. Amidst the trees are flowers, and the forest is festooned with multi-coloured flags. A strange pyramidal structure appears from the leaf-crowned heights of the trees, and the picture is presided by a phoenix superimposed upon a wind-rose. Welcome to Worthy Forest" says Donwood on the 2024 Glastonbury artwork.

Each year, the Glastonbury Festival artwork is highly sought after, so enter the prize draw now to be in with a chance of owning an iconic piece of Festival history before it goes on sale. Don't forget, you can enter multiple times to increase your chances of winning!

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