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Call for Entries: Bandana Art Show

Hey you! Yeah, you, the one with the bandana around your neck.

You should take that thing off and actually do something creative with it. Why? So you can be part of Bomit’s “Bandana Art Show” and display your work alongside the likes of national artists such as Shepard Fairey, Logan Hicks, Robots Will Kill and Peat Wollaeger, not to mention local hotshots such as Abel, Ack!, Yar! Give Up, Meat, Verb and Gonzo247.

Sure, you’ll have to start shaving your neck, but it’s really a small price to pay for art. – Keith Plocek

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