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Find these Westword news boxes, painted at Music Showcase, around Denver

Amidst the music and partying of Westword Music Showcase 2012, eight artists showed off their talents by painting Westword news boxes. Below are photos of the work of artists Steven Kuc of Soldier Ink Design, 2010 MasterMind and self-proclaimed Art Pimp Eric Matelski, Scott LeFavor, Yeyo Mondragon of Certified Customs, Maximilian Shiffman, JOUVELT and Mike Hornbeck for SOAPOINT, and Annie Denison.

You can expect to find these boxes around Denver in the next couple of weeks -- and if you have a suggestion for where one should go, post it in the comments section below.

Annie Denison Steven Kuc Mike Hornbeck Eric Matelski

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Yeyo Mondragon Eric Matelski Steven Kuc From left: Scot LeFavor, Steven Kuc Yeyo Mondragon

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Maximilian Shiffman Eric Matelski Mike Hornbeck Annie Denison Maximilian Shiffman

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Eric Matelski From left: Steven Kuc, JOUVELT Eric Matelski Steven Kuc Eric Matelski

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Maximilian Shiffman Yeyo Mondragon Steven Kuc Eric Matelski Maximilian Shiffman

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