If underground comics, street graffiti, punk rock posters and mischievous Banksy-style impressions are up your alley, you won't want to don't miss the Workhouse Arts Center's collection of pop-surrealist works by 13 designers, ranging from vinyl toys to colorful collages on newsprint, all with a sense of humor or sarcasm. A screening of "New Brow: Contemporary Underground Art" adds a film component to the exhibit Friday at 7 p.m while an opening reception is Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight.
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Urban Decay: A Carnival Of Custom Vinyl and Lowbrow Art