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1.
Velvis belongs in a class of art by itself. Similar categories would include, but is not limited to, assembly line rug/beach towel prints and paintings of heavy metal rock stars and jungle animals. Generally, you'll find these items for sale at flea markets, yard sales and high volume intersections (in gas station parking lots), in the urban sprawl. This genre should not be confused with collections of plastic flamingos and anything to do with Dale Earnhart, although in most cases, they are sold side by side.

A genuine Velvis is a velvet painting of Elvis.
Floyd traveled around the country, including in the ghetto, searching for Velvis paintings to add to his art collection.
by Dave Knechel September 02, 2007
 
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Velvis belongs in a class of art by itself. Similar categories would include, but is not limited to, assembly line rug/beach towel prints and paintings of heavy metal rock stars and jungle animals. Generally, you'll find these items for sale at flea markets, yard sales and high volume intersections (in gas station parking lots), in the urban sprawl. This genre should not be confused with collections of plastic flamingos and anything to do with Dale Earnhart, although in most cases, they are sold side by side.

A genuine Velvis is a velvet painting of Elvis.
Floyd traveled around the country, including in the ghetto, searching for Velvis paintings to add to his art collection.
by David B. Knechel August 21, 2007
 
3.
Velvis belongs in a class of art by itself. Similar categories would include, but is not limited to, assembly line rug/beach towel prints and paintings of heavy metal rock stars and jungle animals. Generally, you'll find these items for sale at flea markets, yard sales and high volume intersections (in gas station parking lots), in the urban sprawl. This genre should not be confused with collections of plastic flamingos and anything to do with Dale Earnhart, although in most cases, they are sold side by side.

A genuine Velvis is a velvet painting of Elvis.
Floyd traveled around the country, including in the ghetto, searching for Velvis paintings to add to his art collection.
by Dave Knechel September 02, 2007