Found Art: A Collection of NBA All-Star Party Flyers from the Streets of Downtown Houston

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Yes, these were picked up off the ground along 100 yards of Polk near the Toyota Center, including a cool one from the City of Houston about parking.

The flyers are for parties, parties and more parties, with appearances by Diddy, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Gary Payton, Jay-Z, Casey Anthony, Cassie, Henry Kissinger, Common, 2 Chainz, Art Garfunkel, Jeezy, T.I., Nas, Rick Ross, Rashard Lewis, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and many more.

No word on if the city has hired a special team to clean all of these off the streets of Houston come Monday morning, or if any of these parties are worth shaving your legs for. I mean, to drink a warm beer 50 yards from where 2 Chainz might be, that's rarefied air.

I suggest collecting as many of these as you can for future generations to know how amazing the parties were in 2013, and how bad some people are at Photoshop.

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