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The opposite is true for the other species, the proud, the bold and the sometimes beautiful flier crafted by the loving hands of a true believer in artistry. Some people take it seriously, and this higher poster life-form is finally getting its due in the "May I Have Your Attention" poster show opening at Eggspace Friday night at 6 p.m. It includes work by many Richmond artists, including Marty Key, right, and J. Goldberg, the art director at Punchline during its formative years and the man responsible for putting a drunken infant holding a bottle of alcohol on one of their covers. Now that'll grab your attention, which is exactly the point. Eggspace: 521 West 7th St. — w.m.
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