It’s getting trickier and trickier to stump BreyerFest fans with our sneak peeks – here at HQ, we are very impressed with your sleuthing skills when it comes to the snippets we share with our BreyerFest Blog clues!
Did you guess this guy right?
Meet Noir, this summer’s BreyerFest Best Customs Contest Grand Prize.
Named for the iconic film genre of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, Noir films are notable for their dramatic themes, stark visual style, and brooding characters. While dramatic and stark in his coloring, this handsome fellow is far from brooding and has been done in a beautiful black sabino pinto on the Standing Thoroughbred mold, #741, sculpted by the incredible Susan Carlton Sifton.
Five talented artists will walk away with this amazing prize. If you think you’re interested in trying to be one of them, you can learn more about the BreyerFest Best Customs Contest here! The deadline to submit entries is June 11th!
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