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Need it, Want it: Public Trust and Fur Face Boy Have a Limited Edition T shirt

"Public Trust, why does one love?"

"Fur Face Boy, because loving only yourself would be foolish."

We're digging this collaboration trend, especially when it translates into wearable art created by local designers. This Thursday, Ha Mai (who you know as Fur Face Boy) and The Public Trust will release this great new t-shirt at an equally cool event.

Billed as An Evening with Fur Face Boy, you'll cozy up to an informative chat with Ha Mai who will explain how he successfully transitioned into self-employment as an artist/illustrator/apparel wizard. He'll answer questions, give advice on branding and marketing your craft and discuss the ups and downs of being your own aesthetic boss.

It's free, and happening from 7 to 9 p.m. at The Public Trust. They've only pressed 60 of these tees, so Thursday could be your only chance to snag one. They cost $25.

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Jamie Laughlin
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