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Arts and Entertainment

Bart Simpson Art Determined to be seen in Hollywood

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Using a sweet ten inch D.I.Y. Bart Simpson Blank Platform Qee Figure as a
blank canvas, 50 artists from Doink to Rentals frontman Matt Sharp to Simpsons creator Matt Groening himself have created one-of-a-kind Simpsons art that will be unveiled today in Hollywood.

Meltdown Comics at 7522 W Sunset Blvd is hosting an opening tonight from 7 to 11 (still cross-marketing are we?) where one can not only gawk at the sweet 10" figures but gaze at some of the cute 3" buddies as well.

Big-ass flyer after the jump.

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