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How to be a food truck duct tape artist

Posted on 12/09/2019 by Tammie Nolte, Big Fat Writer

A banana duct taped to a museum wall sold for $150,000 in the last weeks of the decade. That's why we are seeing weird stuff duct taped on the walls of social media. Get onboard. Promote your food and truck.

  • ART SUPPLIES

    No need to buy fancy art supplies or spend all day on your art. Most food trucks have duct tape and food. Since a taco or a sloppy Joe would slide down the wall, cheat a little. Put your food on a table top on white paper.

    We made some obvious instructions to help you imitate artist Maurizio Cattelan with your food truck duct tape art.

  • INSTRUCTIONS

  • MORE TIPS FOR YOUR FOOD TRUCK ART

    Everyone is taking and sharing food truck photos. Think about adding your logo to personalize and customize your art. Make a video of the process. Use pink or camo duct tape. Be sure to sign your art.

    Starting an art project post might not get your food truck paid off before the end of the year. At the very least, get some extra attention with not a huge amount of effort.

    Add my food truck

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