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Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration

Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration

Graffiti art originated in the late 1960’s, and it has been developing ever since.

It’s not readily accepted as being art like those works that are found in a gallery or a museum. Most of the opposition to graffiti art is due to its location and bold, unexpected, and unconventional presentation, and that often it involves illegal locations or does it necessarily qualify as art.

H-D is giving all its fans an opportunity to create their own “graphic art” as part of the 110th Anniversary Celebration.

The graphic maker is located HERE where you can upload a personal photo and have it framed within the 110th Anniversary logo.  Once the upload is complete and the photo gets checked/validated it will be shared on the 110th Anniversary “Graphic Wall” and visible to the riding world.

Photo taken by author near Moab, UT and post processed by H-D

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Harley announced that tickets for the Milwaukee 110th anniversary will go on sale to the general public on Dec. 17th.

You might recall that Harley began its year-long, worldwide celebration about 3-months ago.  The motor company is holding events across 11 countries, and the final celebration happens over Labor Day weekend in 2013.  The tickets are located at:  www.H-D.com/110tickets and HOG members can buy tickets beginning Dec. 10th.

Harley is selling a “celebration ticket” for $95, which includes access to the Summerfest grounds, an opportunity to purchase tickets for the headlining concerts at Marcus Amphitheater before they go on sale, a link to download the official event app for a mobile device or smartphone, a map of historic Harley-Davidson sites in Milwaukee, and automatic entry to win a parade pass.

They will also offer a $102.50 commemorative ticket which includes a photo frame holder, commemorative laminated ticket and lanyard, a Milwaukee 110th Anniversary pocket guide, a limited edition poker chip, a guitar pick keepsake and a collapsible koozie for refreshments.

Photo courtesy of H-D.

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