Still Works Vodka label design contest open for entries

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Calling all artists! Enter your artwork to be featured on a Jackson Hole Still Works vodka label for a full year and receive a cash prize.

The 5th annual Spirit of Wyoming: Still Works Vodka Label Design Contest is open for submissions. Organized in collaboration with Art Association of Jackson Hole, 100% of the proceeds from Spirit of Wyoming benefit the nonprofit’s art education and outreach programs. The theme is and always will be: Wyoming.

Last year’s winner was Nick Thornburg from Lander, Wyoming with his piece The Wild.

Nick Thornburg (center) celebrates his winning artwork at the 2018 Spirit of Wyoming Voting Party. (Kathryn Jeffords)

Contest submissions are due by June 16. Eight finalists will be selected from the entries by an art jury and featured at the Spirit of Wyoming voting party on June 28 where party goers will help choose the next label winner by casting votes for their favorite piece.

The winner will be announced that night and receive $2,000. The winning artwork will also be featured on Still Work’s Vodka label for an entire year. In August, a final celebration and raffle drawing will send the top-voted artwork home with a lucky winner.

Check out these amazing past submissions:


Artist Entries Due. June 16, 2019, midnight, entry fee $30
Spirit of Wyoming Voting Party. June 28, 6-8pm, $15 entrance/kids free, Jackson Hole Still Works Distillery
Spirit of Wyoming Art Celebration & Raffle. August 15, 5-7:30pm, $15 entrance/kids free, Roadhouse Brewing Co.


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