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It's tough to offer bullet-ridden free art on Michigan Avenue
Chicago - A well-meaning art student gets a lesson in target marketing on the streets of Chicago when he tries to offer free "ammunition art" to a city riddled with gun-induced crime.
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Oakley Adams takes two to three years to produce his "ammunition art," but one day on the streets of Chicago told him it's tough to offer free art to the world.
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