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Have your Zelda art displayed at Legend of Zelda concert


9:00 AM on 08.25.2013
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Nintendo has a cool contest on their Facebook page that will have the work of the best artists displayed at the currently touring The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess concert. 

Submit Zelda fan art to the contest and have a chance at your art being displayed at the show, set to music from the Zelda series. The top five selections will win a Wii U console and a copy of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. These and 50 more top finalists will have their art displayed on the concert's main screen. And, at the September 12 Seattle performance, the five winners will have their pieces displayed in the venue's lobby. 

I wish I was an artist. I'm imagining a piece where Link and Zelda have a nice suburban home with a 4-door sedan and 2 corgis. 

 






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