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Canvas Monkey Art and Gifts 

Ever walked down the streets of NoDa and feel like something was missing? Rob Niccolai and Eddie Roderick did, and with their recent opening of Canvas Monkey Art and Gifts, they are looking for folks who love original art and have a sense of humor. The funky gifts (such as the "pick your nose party cups") and greeting cards have the lingering scent of Paper Skyscraper in Dilworth, but according to Niccolai, Canvas Monkey is "a little grittier. The biggest difference is that we sell art," he says, and plans to keep prices of artwork less than $500 to "keep art accessible." The grand opening was held last Friday during NoDa's monthly art crawl, and the first art exhibit, titled "Fast Women // Slow Cars," belongs to co-owner Eddie Roderick.

Location: 3306-B N. Davidson St. (next to RealEyes Bookstore)

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m.--7 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.

Contact: 704-335-1536

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