PROGMEET competition

I know what I like in my wardrobe. Study the incredible PROGMEET illustration to win a prize.

This weekend is GROGMEET 2022. For some long forgotten reason it has a progressive rock theme. Some of the games have taken their influence from Prog Rock classics from Genesis to Gong.

The wonderful illustrator Simon Perrins was commissioned to produce this incredible image.

You can get stuff with it on at the Redbubble Store.

You can win a prize for listing the most references to prog, gaming and music that you can spot.

The winner with the highest verified list will be announced on 20th November 2022.

Make your submission by using this form.

Closing date is 17th November 2022 (midnight).


Author: Dirk

Host of The GROGNARD RPG Files podcast. Talking bobbins about Runequest, Traveller, Call of Cthulhu, T&T, AD&D and others from back in the day and today.

2 thoughts on “PROGMEET competition”

  1. Thank you to everyone who took part in the competition. I’m pleased to announce the winner: Julian Hayley. Well done! He wins a tee-shirt from our Redbubble Store.

    1. 1) Genesis Trick of the Tail album pastiche
      2) Marillion logo
      3) The Slipperman (Genesis)
      4) Marching hammers (Pink Floyd)
      5) Drummer boy (Marillion)
      6) Cynthia (Genesis)
      7) Gerald Bostock (Jethro Tull)
      8) Gentle Giant (holding 9)Tubular Bells)
      10) (on floor) Tarkus (ELP)
      11) The Necromancer (Rush)
      (12)with Red Star from 2112, and 13) prism from Dark Side of the Moon), 14) hand poses from In The Court of the Crimson King)
      15) Aqualung (Jethro Tull)
      16) Master of the Universe (Hawkwind)
      17) Mirror from Awake (Dream Theater)
      (on mirror: 18) Squonk (Genesis), 19) Nowhere Man (Beatles), 20) guy from most Ozric Tentacles albums)
      (reflected in mirror: combined 21) and 22) Radiation album covers)
      23) Jester (Marillion)
      in sky: 24) Floating Island (Yes), 25) The Moorglade (the ship from Olias of Sunhillow)
      26) Babooshka (Kate Bush, hopefully obviously)
      27) Rael (Genesis)
      28) Beastie (Jethro Tull)

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