It’s not a spot-the-ball competition, but more a spot the London landmarks one. But either way if there’s an agent out there who can name all 30 buildings within the collage then there’s a business consultancy package worth £7,300 up for grabs.
Originally conceived as a simple pictorial challenge, it’s instead turned into a viral hit among property folk many of whom are “utterly addicted and committed to cracking it” says its creator, property marketing agency Vivacity London.
It commissioned the artwork and has launched it at the capital’s property and construction sectors. Anyone who can correctly identify all the buildings within the extraordinary picture must email their list to [email protected] by July 19th, with winners to be announced two days later.
“It’s clever, beautiful, and enraging all at once – I’m devoted to solving it, if I have to walk the width and breadth of London,” says chartered surveyor Julian Davies, Managing Director of Earl Kendrick Associates.
And David Graves, Managing Director of JCF Property Management, says the image “has me completely flummoxed”.
Jennifer Evans (pictured, left), Managing Director of Vivacity London, says: “We invite professionals from the sector to play it on their commute, during their lunch break or at home with the help of family and friends, with the chance of winning the deserved prize, but we also welcome everyone else who enjoys a challenge to participant just for fun.
“At first glance, you don’t imagine it to be that hard as you immediately recognise such landmarks as The London Eye and Tower Bridge.
“But as you tick off the first ten or so, it becomes harder to identify where in London you’ve seen that building before and what its name is.”
To view the image in all its full high-def glory and to read the full terms and conditions of the competition, visit the Vivacity London website.