We have a tradition here at the Reader of tasking one of the city’s most talented illustrators, Jason Wyatt Frederick, with creating a Where’s Waldo-esque tableau every year for Pitchfork, filled with a who’s who of Chicago personalities and small visual puzzles spelling out the music fest’s lineup. When it seemed clear that we would […]
How many did you guess correctly?
For a chance to win, take your best shot at identifying all the people, places, and things in Jason Wyatt Frederick’s cover illustration.
We have a winner! (Of our Pitchfork cover contest, that is.) And also a key to help you decipher Jason Wyatt Frederick’s riot of an illustration.
Name as many people, places, and musical acts pictured on the cover as you can, and you might win a pair of passes to the Pitchfork Music Festival.
Take a break from depressing news and play our cover-guessing game—you can win two passes to this weekend’s Pitchfork Music Festival.
All you have to do is name as many people as you can (and more people than everyone else) on our annual Pitchfork Music Festival B Side cover.
We’re also giving away screen prints; deadline is 2 PM on Thursday, July 17th.
Jason Wyatt Frederick illustrates how the sausage is made—with a saxophone!
Send your full name and answers to firstname.lastname@example.org to win a three-day pass to this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival.
The winners of our Pitchfork Music Festival VIP passes, plus the list of people featured in Jason Wyatt Frederick’s B Side cover illustration
Send your full name and answers to email@example.com to win a VIP pass, courtesy of eMusic, to this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival
A segment on WBEZ’s Radio M focuses on notable local artist/musicians.