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Summer SIP-POUR-tunity: Billy the Artist WINE tote


Enter-to-WINE this cool tote.





Billy the Artist (BTA) went from graffiti artist selling his art on the streets of NYC to International ART phenomenon.

Check out the cool neoprene wine tote.
Want one?
Go to www.facebook.com/sipofspokane and simply "share" the Billy the Artist post on your facebook personal page. Winner will be randomly drawn at the end of the week from those who "share" the post. Its a Summer of  SIP-POUR-tunity.

BTA is an internationally renowned artist whose work and designs have been embraced by both the fine and commercial art worlds. From galleries around the world to custom designs for some of the largest global brands such as Swatch, Mountain Dew, Hyundai, Suzuki, Gibson, and MTV, BTA's paintings, designs, and murals are seen and enjoyed world wide. BTA also does epic live painting events around the world.




LAST CALL TO SHANGHAI - Photo Credit BTA

Cool new line from Enesco. Photo Credit: BTA


Vibrant accessories from Billy the Artist, internationally recognized pop artist who is renowned for his eclectic style, will provide artsy detail to picnics, backyards and outdoor activities across the country this summer.
 
Can't stand it and just want to buy it. Here you go. 
Available at retailers nationally and via www.planetrandomdesigns.com, Billy’s energetic and life affirming artwork has been translated to everyday items, perfect keeping food and beverages cool during for summer activities. 

 All made of neoprene, the offering includes:
·       Double wine bottle holder.  MSRP $25. 9.5” wide x 15.0”.
·       Single wine bag. MSRP $20. 5.0" wide x 15.0" high.
·        Lunch bag.  MSRP $25. 12.0" wide x 10.0" high. 

Additional items, including drink ware, desk accessories and mugs will launch this year.


Photo Credit: BTA


Photo Credit: BTA
Photo Credit: BTA


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