On May 29, David Witt was riding high. After two weeks of work, the full-time illustrator was just about to wrap up the sponsored Pabst Blue Ribbon mural he was painting on the railcar outside The Freight House bar and restaurant in Stillwater. Witt took to Twitter that afternoon and updated his pro ... More >>
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