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06/26/2011

Scrapfest Exceeds Expectations

This weekend the third annual Scrapfest in Old Town allowed nealry 20 teams to grab a pile of scrap from Friedland Industries and fashion it into any thing they fancied.  One of the most popular pieces was the guitar-playing skeleton, but each work of art was a show-stopper.  Some highlights:

Scrapdude

Scrapbike
Yes, you can ride it.

Scraptree

The tree (above) featured exquisite detail (below).

Scrapflower

Scrapdragon

Scrapfrog

Scraptable

The table above is completely functional, complete with shelf storage and accessories.

Scrapdudereaction

The attention to detail on the pieces prompted many comments.  Some were interactive, allowing the observer to play music or otherwise use the piece.  The skeleton (above) and bird (below) received some of the highest bids (all pieces are auctioned off via silent auction during Scrapfest).

Scrapbird

 

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