Azeroth Travel Poster Contest Update – More Entries

A quick reminder and update on the Azeroth Travel Poster Contest.

First, there are now 14 entries in the contest from 12 different individuals.  Tesh was the only one to use up his full three entries.

And there have been some great interpretations of the travel poster idea, including pictures inset within pictures and an Azeroth travel poster displayed in a different game.

A sample poster with inset pictures

But if that sounds like a lot of competition, do not give up hope.  Some people entered just to enter.

Probably not a winner...

And some people who entered are not eligible win (like my mom), for one reason or another.

Still, there were good entries from that group.

Fly Ironforge Air to Sholozar Basin

This even borrows what actually used to be the Delta Airlines motto, “We get you there,” which one would assume was a given from a company selling transportation.   But if you’ve ever flown Delta through Atlanta, you probably wonder if they dropped that motto when the FTC demanded they add “eventually” or “some day” to the end of it to comply with truth in advertising regulations.

So there is still room for more entries if you want to win that sparkle pony, and plenty of time to enter!

You have until Noon Pacific Standard Time on Sunday, November 6, 2011 to submit your entry.

6 thoughts on “Azeroth Travel Poster Contest Update – More Entries

  1. flosch

    Interesting to see the contestants. I still refuse, my designer skills are way too bad, and right now, I can’t think of a catchy line that would save the poster. I do like the zugzug one; though I assume the design was parodied a lot more in the US, maybe too much.

    Also, you don’t need to fly through Atlanta. I got stuck on JFK last year, without baggage, without a provided room, on the airport hall floor for about 30 hours. Delta is the only airline I will never willfully fly again with.


  2. Wilhelm Arcturus Post author

    @Flosch – Oh, but Atlanta is a special experience because it is always hot and humid and the airport is practically ALL Detla, so when Delta screws up… like when a drop of rain hist the tarmac… the whole airport becomes a disaster area, as I found out.


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