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HF SDCC 2010 exclusive; Attaboy’s Brine Queen Watch and Print Set by Vannen

Hi-Fructose will offer a special exclusive boxed watch and print set designed by HF co-founder Attaboy at booth # 4939 at SDCC. Created by the taste-making folks at Vannen (whose previous watches include artists Travis Lampe, Alex Pardee, and Ron English) the set is limited to just 40 signed and numbered pieces(!) and includes custom box graphics and an exclusive print for the release!The watch, complete with etched metal backing and signature band, features purple and pink Attaboy Brine Queens swarming around your wrist. Available at Hi-Fructose booth #4939 Wednesday, July 21st.

Hi-Fructose will offer a special exclusive boxed watch and print set designed by HF co-founder Attaboy at booth # 4939 at SDCC. Created by the taste-making folks at Vannen(whose previous watches include artists Travis Lampe, Alex Pardee, andRon English) the set is limited to just 40 signed and numberedpieces(!) and includes custom box graphics and an exclusive print forthe release!The watch, complete with etched metal backing and signatureband, features purple and pink Attaboy Brine Queens swarming aroundyour wrist. Available at Hi-Fructose booth #4939 Wednesday, July 21st.

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