Posted by specialK February 20, 2013

Another contributor to the upcoming Art Without Borders exhibit is Plaseebo. The custom he submitted is titled Moleortise, a one off mash-up of his Molezilla and a Munny. Moleotise stands 5" tall, has glass eye inserts and an internal motion activated LED unit. Moleortise is also hand painted and signed by Bob Conge AKA Plaseebo

Remember the Art Without Borders Show at the Art Whino Gallery in Washngton DC opens this Saturday Feb. 23rd. 20% of the proceeds will go to a very worthy cause Doctors Without Borders. Opening reception for Art Without Borders is 8 - 11 PM. If you are in the DC area stop by and see Moleortise and the rest of the custom Munnys created especially for this show. 

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