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Celebrate National Pizza Month with this art from our readers

For National Pizza Month, we here at PMQ wanted to engage our readers’ creativity, and what better way to do so than letting them create our National Pizza Month cover art?



The winning entry by New York-based artist Mike A.

Mike A., mikeanyc.com

 

During the last weeks of August, the call went out to pizzaioli and artists alike; create the cover of PMQ’s October issue and help us celebrate National Pizza Month! We received numerous entries from far and wide for a chance to win $500 and become the face of this month’s issue, with New York City artist Mike A. winning the grand prize! Submissions included a range of artistic and photographic styles, reflecting the varied nature of pizza itself. Presented here are a few of our other favorites.

 


Art by Joseph Greene

 

 

 


Art by George Riffle and Ashley Smith Wentzel

 


Art by Kyna Tek

 


Art by Lea Barker

 


Art by Michael Burns

 


Art by Mike A.

 


Art by MoJus Family Pizzeria

 


Art by Ria Waugh

 


Art by Andrew Leitzer, aka Soma Art

 


Art by Taysia Curry

 

 

 

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