i like ghetto blasters.
so i had to make a piece of art for a class to put in a "vending machine show"... cool, no? basically we had to make a piece of art that is under a certain size limit so it could fit in this special vending machine. so special. people had some way cool stuff they submitted. i carved a ghetto blaster into a lino block to make lino prints with. i just submitted one of the prints i made. the show was pretty fun. lots of people, its was chilll. art in a vending machine from 2 to 20 bucks. all proceeds go to provo food coalition.