“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 6 – Pixelmator - Macenstein

“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 6 – Pixelmator

This contest is now closed. Congrats to faithful Macenstein readers Mark and Juan!

On the Sixth Day After Christmas, Macenstein gave to you (or, more accurately, gave you a chance to win…) Your very own copy of Pixelmator! – The image editor for the rest of us! In fact, we’re picking TWO winners!


Sure, Photoshop is nice, but it costs more than 4 years at most art schools. Pixelmator is the hot new graphics app that is hip with the kids, and now you too can be hip! (Yes, Pixelmator is all it will take to make you hip).

What makes it so cool? Well, first, it’s the only image editor built exclusively for Mac OS X, and it shows. Pixelmator harnesses the full power of Mac OS X, taking advantage not only of Core Image, Open GL and Automator, but also by supporting, ColorSync, Spotlight and many other technologies, such as one-click access to your iPhoto Library, Quick Look, Tablet support, iSight import. With over 130 filters, advanced painting, color correction, and photo retouching tools, not to mention the ability to open and save in virtually any graphic format known to man. Pixelmator is quite simply the bees knees. (And of course, what graphics app would be complete without Layers?)

Plus to top it off, they sprinkled a generous dose of “eye candy” over the whole thing, which makes it fun to use too! (Click here to check out all the features or download a demo).

To enter: Since the Pixelmator is all about creating yummy-looking graphics, leave us a comment telling us what your favorite food in the whole wide world is. Winners will be picked randomly 7 days later and notified (kind of like in The Ring, only with less killing… we hope). Open to all readers world-wide. Good luck, and thanks for reading Macenstein! (Oh, and be sure to enter ALL our “12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaways!)
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325 Responses to ““The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 6 – Pixelmator”
  1. James L says:

    a warm chocolate chip cookie with milk.

  2. Thom says:

    Cinnamon Bears from the gas station

  3. regularg0nz0 says:

    Carl Buddig pressed sandwich meat and Colosse Fisherman’s Delight Super Sharp NY Cheddar Cheese on potato rolls with spicy brown mustard and mayo, a side of Jean’s Rippled chips, Hellluva Good french onion dip and an iced glass of Wegman’s WPOP Clear Cola.

  4. Chris says:

    Refrigerated O-R-E-O’s

  5. Chris says:

    Deep fried anything at the Texas State Fair… The deep fried Twinkies are really great though… The deep fried bacon, with sausage gravy dipping sauce is awesome too…

  6. Chris says:

    my wife’s cooking, and i really mean that

  7. Pep says:

    Anything that is not a MRE (Meal Ready to Eat)!!!

  8. Brian Wilcox says:

    Japanese Chicken Curry

  9. Steve Larsen says:

    Guiness with Irish Stew

  10. Sam T says:

    Pasta and Pizza. Pasta on pizza? Does that exist? If it does, it’s my favourite.

  11. Andrew K says:


  12. ElliotL says:

    A triple deluxe Wopper with cheese and extra mayo! yum! another 3,000 calories!

  13. Matt says:

    Ice cold soba heh.

  14. Claire says:

    A good steak

  15. Brent Forsyth says:

    I like microwaved chocolate doughnuts. That’s what I like.

  16. Aris says:


  17. jamshed ghandhi says:

    a great burger

  18. Frijoles & Arepa!! (the most popular combo in my City (Colombia))

  19. MacTipper says:

    My mom’s mexican lasagna. 🙂

  20. Nicholas says:

    the kind I can eat, not that crappy wax decoration stuff.

  21. keloide says:


  22. Zaber says:

    Super giant cheese burger!!!

  23. Ulises says:

    Chicken with mole! 😀 it’s a mexican food.. I’m from Mexico 🙂

  24. matt says:

    moo goo gui pan

  25. Johnny C! says:

    I would LOVE a Peanut-Butter / Bacon / Banana / Chocolate / Root Beer Float.

    If I’m feeling risky, I could add some crunchy toffee bits.


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