Kidrobot Supports the Vinyl Thoughts Art Show- Lucky Number 7!
The Vinyl Thoughts Art Show RETURNS!!!
The largest custom vinyl toy show in the South returns for a One Night Only Event. This year’s theme is The Chosen Ones. Seventeen artists will each customize seven different custom vinyl toys using seven different blanks.
Admission, as always, is free! Drinks are free (for legal drinking age only, of course). There will be raffles, giveaways and lots of surprises! Plus, some of the most unique custom art you’ll ever see!
Sponsors include Deep Eddy Vodka, Saint Arnold Brewery, Topo Chico, Printed Threads, BIOWORLD, yelp and KidRobot. Partners include Underoos, Foundmi and Lunar Echo.
More info: http://www.vinylthoughtsartshow.com/
Once again, we’re thrilled to also be hosting the Creatures for Kids custom show during the Vinyl Thoughts Art Show! It’s a great way to support a great charity and get some awesome art.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/CreaturesForKids/
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