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6S Art of the Day!

April 23, 2008



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For a chance to have today's 6S Art Piece sent directly to your mailbox, click here to bid! Today's piece - a tribute to Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 and a nod to the importance of free speech - is watercolor marker and colored pencil on paper, and measures 8x11. (Click the photo for a closeup view.) If yours is the winning bid, the piece will arrive along with a free gift. If you're not completely satisfied, feel free to return the piece for a full and speedy refund. That's a lifetime guarantee!

6 comments:

ThomG said...

This actually would look great in my house. I can't say in any clearer.

Adam J. Whitlatch said...

This could be cover art for a future edition of the book! Brilliant! Guy Montag never looked better!

Marie Mosley said...

Adam took the words out of my mouth. That's a killer piece!

GM said...

Wow... for my classroom, NOTHING would be better. Oh wow... I'm in love.

Harry said...

I sold a first hardcover edition published by Arkham House in 1947 of Dark Carnival. It was Ray Bradbury's very first book, a collection of short stories. I got $450.00 and was quite pleased. Mr. Bradbury died a year later. There were 3112 copies. I wont make the mistake of parting with Mr. McEvily's art so cheaply.

Adam J. Whitlatch said...

God, I wish I could afford to bid on it. :(