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April 13, 2008

June 1960

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Vegas promo campaign connects with non-douchebags, borderline douchebags, deluded douchebags, and out-and-out douchebags equally

Vegas Nitelife June 1960 on flicker. (From Planet Fabulon)

State of Fear, provocative political statements on money sculptures by Dan Tague

A Huge Depository of Unusual Las Vegas Stories Here

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Read your blog awhile back and thought you might like to see what Dan Tague is up to now. Check it out!

In the true spirit of creativity, entrepreneurship and community activism, it is our distinct honor to announce the launch of two new websites that helps spread the message of hope and at the same time helps artists with housing.

www.hopeinthewhitehouse.com

and

www.cashruleseverything.com

Artist Dan Tague and gallerist Jonathan Ferrara have joined forces to launch these websites of shirts of art featuring Tague's folded $$$ bill imagery of unique messages of inspiration and self-examination.

Tague's work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and art centers across the US and is in several prominent museum and private collections nationwide. His original works on paper sell for thousands. In an effort to make his work more accessible to all those who love his art, we are releasing these shirts of art.


One dollar, $1.00, from every shirt sold will go directly to the New Orleans Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, a certified 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, that brings families and communities in need together with volunteers and resources to build decent, affordable houses.


*** A portion of the donated proceeds will go to providing affordable housing for artists in New Orleans***.

SPREAD THE WORD TO OTHERS WHO SHOULD SEE IT AND HELP ARTISTS REBUILD NEW ORLEANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: JFG at Dec 26, 2008 12:42:48 PM

My partner and I travel to Vegas almost once a year and enjoy it very much. It's a good thing that they are working to improve offerings. We will travel and spend money where we feel welcome.

Posted by: jerick at Feb 3, 2009 8:04:43 PM