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The City Seen: July 9-10 

Notes from the weekend

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The Corn Hill Festival took place this past weekend and City Seen was out to search for the new and unique arts vendors this year.

During our casual stroll through the thousands of fest-goers, City ran into two women carefully protecting their fresh henna tattoo while they dried. This year Firefly Henna had a tent and was hand painting original designs as well as standard temporary tattoos.

The medium of art is ever expanding. City found two fork art vendors and several more that incorporated silverware. Matthew Bartik, however, transformed the ordinary utensil into lifelike sculptures.

Check below for a slideshow from this weekends events and be sure to follow #CitySeen on Instragram and Twitter at @roccitynews.

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