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The Topstache Bash, a set on Flickr.

Saturday, April 2, 2011, I had the pleasure of walking through the Topstache Bash, which was the launch for the Topstache Project, at Seattle’s very own The Piranha Shop.

The show featured art from Brandon Ilenstine, Curtis James, Darvin Vida, Guzzleface, Heidi Sanhorst, Jared Nickerson, Joey Veltkamp, Lauren Curtis, Marc Tweed, Narboo, and Stubborn Sideburn.

Mr. Topstache is the Mascot for the “Topstache Project”, a Seattle based non profit T-Shirt design collective. The project offers limited edition T’s designed by local artists, all proceeds going to local children’s arts charity; Art With Heart.

If you didn’t make it out for the Topstache Bash, check out www.topstache.com for more information, about how you can help support local art.

-Michael McKinney

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