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Pinnacle Pin Contest

Joshua Katcher’s anti-fur movement Pinnacle: Reinvent the Icon hosts a pin design contest.

Pinnacle: Reinvent the Icon, founded by Joshua Katcher of The Discerning Brute, is hosting a pin design contest for “artists and designers who don’t hate animals.” With its fur-free mission, Pinnacle has partnered with Busy Beaver Button Co. to award artists who create designs that show their support for ending the use of fur in the fashion industry. Current pins for Pinnacle include slogans such as “Real Rebels Never Ever Wear Fur.” Judges for the contest include designers Todd Oldham, who has been featured on The Today Show and MTV, and Marc Bouwer. The two will pick the top 10 designs and readers will vote for the top pick, which will be made into 100 pins for the winner and be featured on the Pinnacle website.

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