Win a wild Wii redux
- April 2, 2007 5:46 PM |
- By Saleem Khan
by Saleem Khan, CBC News Online
Someone pointed out to me that some readers might have missed news of Nintendo Canada's contest to win a customized Wii since it was buried way down at the bottom of last Friday's post, so here it is in a post of its own.
In a contest exclusive to Canadians, the company will be giving away six of the consoles that have been modified with unique graphics created by six Canadian artists.
- illustrator Gary Taxali
- artist Hoi-An Tang
- punk musicians illScarlett
- Arnold Tsang of Udon Entertainment
- two "mystery" consoles whose designers are to be revealed later.
Your can get your shot at winning one of the works by entering the contest at The Art of Wii website.
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