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The Weird and Wonderful art of August First Friday

The Weird and Wonderful art of August First Friday

Between glitter, holographic surfaces, wax, and body paint, August's First Friday was a weird one. Despite the heat, art walk attendees were all smiles, especially at Unexpected with its Popsicles and the Monster truck making its freebie rounds. Outside of Songbird Coffee & Tea was the highlight of First Friday, with its huge painting by Talor Scott, complete with portraits of heartthrobs Bowie, James Dean, and Clint Eastwood. Photos by Mello.


Between glitter, holographic surfaces, wax, and body paint, August's First Friday was a weird one. Despite the heat, art walk attendees were all smiles, especially at Unexpected with its Popsicles and the Monster truck making its freebie rounds. Outside of Songbird Coffee & Tea was the highlight of First Friday, with its huge painting by Talor Scott, complete with portraits of heartthrobs Bowie, James Dean, and Clint Eastwood. Photos by Mello.
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