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I have been collecting beer bottle caps for some time now and have a shoe box full of them now. I like to compare the logos on each of them to see how some have more detail than others (Modelo has a solid gold cap).
I would like to create an interesting design or create something outstanding with them, instead of just keeping the caps in a box. Family has suggested to decorate a picture frame, but I turn to fellow AIGA designers to brainstorm with me and help me come
up with an awesome solution :)
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