The Art of Sleep Contest Extended

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Due to popular demand Nature’s Sleep extends the deadline for their Art of Sleep contest.

Art of Sleep Contest closing date for contest extended by two weeks

Due to popular demand, Nature’s Sleep extends the deadline for their Art of Sleep contest.

Thanks to the massive interest and multitude of entries, Nature’s Sleep has decided to extend the deadline for their Art of Sleep contest till the 1st of March 2014. Nature’s Sleep was inspired by Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker’s art exhibition at the Art Basel Miami to create a contest which evoked works of art about sleep, beds and mattresses. The contest is being run on their website and they quickly received a huge wave of creative and beautiful works of art.

The memory foam mattress specialists began the Art of Sleep contest, which was originally set to end on The 15th of February, after an inspirational viewing of Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker. This exhibition made use of vibrant colors and eye-catching designs with mattresses providing the canvases. Nature’s Sleep believe that mattresses should be unique to each person, and what better way to depict this irreplaceable relationship between a sleeper and their bed than by getting the person to express it in art.

The contest is being run on their website and anyone can enter. To do so, you first have to register on their site. Then all you have to do is represent what the Art of Sleep means to you in a work of art. It can be anything, from a photograph to a painting or a drawing. If you are not feeling particularly creative but would like to appreciate the art works submitted and participate, you can always register to be able to vote for your favorites. Speaking of favorites – the art pieces with the most votes will be considered by Nature’s Sleep in deciding the winners. Winners receive $500 or one of Nature’s Sleep’s specialized memory foam mattresses. Voters will also stand a chance of winning a prize - one of Nature’s Sleep’s products to the value of $250.

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