Designed as a silent auction, everything in Live Fast/Die Slow starts at $45, and cash raised goes to the 45 Fund, a non-profit that provides mental health access to local musicians and artists. The bidding continues at Kettle Art until Saturday evening, so if you couldn't break away from your couch chrysalis last night, you've still got time.
Here's a peek at our 9 favorites.
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