Customers at South Broadway's Pie Hole line up for late-night slices of pizza served on paper plates. And many of them are leaving paper plates behind — decorated with all manner of sketches, squiggles and self-portraits. Since 2013, the pizza joint has been decorating its once-bare walls with customer art, and now the place has become a gallery of circular creations. For more paper-plate art, see our entire slideshow with photos by Brandon Marshall.
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