Clone Club, this one’s for you.
BBC America announced Friday that one lucky Orphan Black fan will get the chance to design the show’s season 4 poster. From now until Feb. 15 at 11:59 p.m. ET, Orphan Black fans can submit paintings, drawings, illustrations, stop-motion animation, embroidery, photos, videos of performance art pieces, interpretive sculptures made of gelatin, and other forms of artistic expression to www.bbcamerica.com/orphanblackposter. (According to BBC America, only five submissions per person will be accepted.)
As part of the contest, fans are also encouraged to post their art on social media using the hashtag #OrphanBlackPoster.
The winner of the fan art contest will receive $10,000 and a private screening of the premiere of the new season, hosted in their hometown for up to 50 other people. (In addition to the winner, there will also be 20 finalists, each of whom will receive a custom print of their artwork signed by the Orphan Black cast.) The chosen poster will also be used as part of the BBC America marketing campaign for Orphan Black, and appear in a print ad in Entertainment Weekly. A panel of judges, including Orphan Black creators, Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, BBC America President Sarah Barnett, and Entertainment Weekly’s own Dalton Ross will select the winning piece of art.
Check out video announcements of the Orphan Black fan art contest above. For more information and legal rules for the contest, head to www.bbcamerica.com/orphanblackposter. Fans can also reach out to Orphan Black on Twitter at @orphanblack and @bbcamerica with the hashtag #orphanblackposter.