Freedom, then Freedom of Expression, and Then Your Bathroom Time: Be the One Who Designed Our Bathroom Art 
Photo by Michael Wicks

Photo by Michael Wicks

The main room at the Exposure office is reminiscent of a junkie art gallery, and by god, we like it that way. Our toilet sit-uation is like a cricket, crying, alone with a violin; except less artistically rendered. Can we fix this ourselves? Yes. Of course we could. But who the fuck starts a local magazine and then uses generic Kinkade landscapes to decorate the single most pensive, personal room in the facility? Rather than do this ourselves with our finger paints and half-conceived mural concepts. We hand this to you, our local artists.


The First Rule of Bathroom-Paint-Club...Get Moving on Bathroom-Paint-Club 
Our bathroom; full of memories, void of art

Our bathroom; full of memories, void of art

The rules are simple. Take a look at our current shitty situation and then come up with a mural concept that embodies the hopes and dreams of Exposure. We wholeheartedly believe that a great mural includes a depiction of the Chief (Warren) riding his cat to battle on the moon, to fight the ancient Zarth nation on the moon's shadow land. As well as a number a smaller scale idiosyncrasies that reflect the staff and community. Express yourself with a design. The Design that we like will get the wall. Since we do magazines...and can give you an outlet, the winner will also get an interview and article for our August publication. SO. We strongly suggest you embrace ballsy not-taking-shit from anybody attitudes and make this a partnership of the most intimate kind. There is no doubt a hero will arise from the rubble. 

From: Exposure Offices 6/17/15

From: Exposure Offices 6/17/15


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