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The Daft Punk art show

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Ever since the initial tease of Get Lucky, the wait for the new Daft Punk album was upgraded from excitement to unbearable impatience.

While we're now mere weeks from getting our hands on a copy, a collection of talented artists have worked together to create an exhibition to celebrate the iconic French duo. 'ReDiscovery' is the name of the show that will be featuring at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco from May 18th and if you're stateside, you can RSVP for the event via Facebook.

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