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Celebrate ‘Doom Patrol’ season 3 by winning one-of-a-kind crayon art

Fans can win this ‘Doom Patrol’ art by sharing stories, photos, and videos and tagging @getfandom with the hashtag #fortheloveoffan.

Warner Bros. fan-favorite series Doom Patrol, which we quite like, got a unique celebratory yesterday that you can win. Fandom commissioned Hoang Tran to create seven unique sculptures of the cast of the show in crayon. Yes, that’s right, like Crayola crayons! Hoang’s previous work has been featured in Time and nominated for a 2015 Geekie Award.

It’s one-of-a-kind art fans can win through Fandom’s “For the Love of Fans” contest, where fans will get the chance to win one-of-a-kind pieces of art tied to their favorite franchises. Created in partnership with influential fan artists, previous works have included a JJ Lendl Star Trek PrintSteve Casino Metroid box art, and a Gabriel Dishaw Star Wars sculpture.

Fans can enter to win the seven Doom Patrol crayons by showcasing their deep passion & connection to their fandom on social media with a story, photo, or video proving why they’re the ultimate fan of Doom Patrol and tagging @getfandom with the hashtag #fortheloveoffans on Twitter or Instagram. Each week, Fandom will partner with social influencers to promote the contest, ensuring fans from all corners of the world get the chance to celebrate their fandoms.

Warner Bros. celebrates 'Doom Patrol' season 3 with Crayon Art

“Fandom’s mission is to inform, entertain and celebrate fans by building the best entertainment and gaming communities, services and experiences. What better way to superserve and reinforce this promise and dedication than by celebrating some of the world’s largest fandoms and highlighting the passionate fans who power them,” said Stephanie Fried, Chief Marketing Officer at Fandom. “This campaign allows us not only to reach fans around the globe but also show them our appreciation with completely unique and creative pieces of artwork from the brand that knows them best – Fandom.”

With more than 250,000 wikis on every topic imaginable in entertainment and gaming, Fandom is the center of the pop culture ecosystem. The company’s mission is to understand, inform, entertain and celebrate fans by building the best entertainment and gaming communities, services, and experiences. Whether you venture to Fandom to discover facts about TV shows, movies, or video games, to share knowledge with like-minded fans, or to immerse yourself in your favorite imagined world, Fandom is a place where every fan has a home.

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