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 $20,000 IN CASH & $30,000 IN ART


Contest Rules

The Joe Average One World Hope Jigsaw Puzzle Giveaway

No purchase required. Contest begins on July 7th, 2021 at 12:01a.m PT and ends on September 15th, 2021 at 12:00 PT.  There are a total of 106 prizes available to be won consisting of: (i) Cash prize of $20,000 Canadian Dollars and (ii) 2 Joe Average Equality Coins (approximate retail value $20,000) (ii) 2 signed Joe Average BEE SAFE Framed signed limited editions Masks (approximate retail value $7,600) (iii) 1 limited edition signed Joe Average print $1,500 and (iv) 100 One World One Hope Art Masks $24.99 each. Skill testing question required.  Open to legal residents of Canada, excluding Quebec, who are 15 years of age or older at time of entry.  Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received before contest closes. Limit 1 entry. Entrant information may be used for marketing.  For full rules and entry details click full contest rules below.

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​About the puzzle

  • 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle made from high-quality snug fitting 1.9mm blue-chip board.

  • 50ml bottle of sealing glue to bond the puzzle after assembly.

  • If you wish to hang your puzzle after assembly included are 4 strips of Velcro to easily hang the puzzle without nails or tools and will leave no sticky adhesive behind. 

  • Reusable beautiful cardboard container with tin lid.

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About the Artwork

This image was commissioned and designed for the 11th international conference on AIDS. What I wanted to express in this image with the stained glass feeling is that we are all fragile in the face of AIDS but working together with love (the heart in the center) is what we need to do.

About Joe Average


Joe Average is a 63 y.o. Vancouver-based artist.  In the 1970’s he started exploring drawing and photography. In 1984, he was diagnosed with HIV, prompting him to put his aspirations into action by making a living from his artwork.  Using vivid colours and bold lines as structural elements, Joe created highly stylized paintings.  In 2010 he started photographing again creating a series of self-portraits to document his struggles with lipoatrophy.  Joe has lent his name and art to many social and humanitarian causes in Canada and has received countless awards and citations for his philanthropic work. In 2019 Joe was commissioned by the Royal Canadian Mint  to design a coin to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada.