Drinking Patrón & Making Art Inside The Thought Catalog Office

Drinking Patrón & Making Art Inside The Thought Catalog Office

So imagine if Patrón Tequila just called you up one day and this conversation happened:

Patron Tequila: Hey Thought Catalog. What are you doing?

Thought Catalog: Nothing. Just, like, writing. What’s up with you?

Patron Tequila: Oh, NM. We were just wondering if we could come over to your office, feed you drinks, and make art with you. Is that cool?

Thought Catalog: Um, yes. See you in five?

Patron Tequila: Ew, don’t be desperate! (Yes, okay, see you ASAP.)

Yeah, that happened. Last week, as part of their promotion for the Art Of Patrón contest, Patrón came over to our office, filled us up with their fabulous boozy concoctions, and let us go HAM on a bunch of their empty bottles with some art supplies. See the hazy results here.

If drinking some fine tequila and making some awesome art sounds like your idea of a good time, then you should consider entering the Art Of Patrón contest, which is running until April 30th. All you have to do is take an empty Patrón bottle and create some psycho/amazing art out of it. Winner gets $10,000 and the satisfaction of calling up their parents to be like, “Hey mom, hey dad. You know how you told me that “drinking tequila and making art” wasn’t a realistic career goal? Well, it just earned me 10 grand so byeeeee.” You also get to have your artwork featured in fancy parties all around the world, which is very chic.

If you haven’t already, sign up for Patrón Social Club so you can get invited to cool events all across the U.S. that revolve around drinking and having fun. It’s free and everyone at Thought Catalog is doing it so….

Here’s where you can sign up for the club and once you’re in, if you want, you can submit your art. Have fun my little Picassos! TC Mark


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