Thursday, May 6, 2010

What's Up With the 'Tucson Weekly' Boxes?

Posted By on Thu, May 6, 2010 at 12:36 PM


View Tucson Weekly's Art Box Extravaganza! in a larger map

If you've picked up our paper this week, you may have noticed it in a slightly different home than our ubiquitous red boxes.

We've invited artists to redesign the drop boxes in any way they choose (one even came back with pink horns) as part of our Art Box Project.

If you'd like to have your artistic way with one of our boxes, email our circulation manager, Laura Horvath at lhorvath@azbiz.com. It can be anything you want, but it must be usable as a newspaper box and it has to have the Tucson Weekly logo somewhere on the completed box.

As we get new ones, we'll post them to our interactive Google Map.

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