Big 100 Shopping Frenzy
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A frenzied crowd descends on the art covered walls of Southeast Portland’s Goodfoot Lounge.

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Big 100 Chris Haberman
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Portland artist and Big 100 organizer Chris Haberman relaxes in front of a few of the 1500 pieces on the Goodfoot Lounge walls.

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Big 100 Bowl
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While most of the 8″×8″ pieces of wood were paintings, some were adorned with ceramic pieces and other objects.

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Big 100 Busted
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Big 100 was a very hands-on affair. While the names and titles of individual work was not displayed, one could quickly obtain that information by taking a painting off the wall and flipping it over.

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Big 100 Jukebox
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Pieces were hung wherever they would fit.

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Big 100 Dirtbag
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While it didn’t have the glamor of First Thursday in the Pearl, the confines of the Goodfoot allowed the masses an up-close view of the work of many of Portland’s best-known artists.

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