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Deface the Internet for The Wackness Graffiti Throw Down

I can't wait to check out The Wackness to see what kind of 1994-era tech they might have, but the movie is giving us something else to do with its online Graffiti Throwdown contest!

To promote the film, Brickfish has teamed with Sony to sponsor a contest that challenges participants to create their best web graffiti and title the piece "The Wackness." I've always shied away from making real graffiti, it being illegal and all, but I am more than happy to indulge my inner riff-raff, especially including the grand prize — a Sony Bravia home theater system!

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kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 8 years
ditto leeluvfashion. i have never been able to create images on a computer. but then i can't draw either!
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
The Wackness looks like a awesome film; too bad my computer skills with imaging is rotten otherwise I would enter this. :P :)
cyrizzle cyrizzle 8 years
i really want to see this movie. i can't wait to see josh peck in an adult role, even though i grew up with him on nickelodeon.
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