Meet the Artists participating in the Daytona edition of the 2024 Drink the Art Contest presented by BIG FRIG

The Drink the Art By Big Frig campaign transforms ordinary tumblers & Growlers into breathtaking canvases, uniting artists from every corner of the United States to create masterpieces that not only captivate the eye but also fund the joyful journey of riding.

The Sturgis “Drink the Art” Contest presented by BIG FRIG

There are over 250,000 wide-eyed and enthusiastic kindergartners pedaling their way to newfound freedom and confidence. This campaign is a shining example of how art can touch hearts, change lives, and set young dreams in motion.

With a nationwide gathering of talented artists wielding their brushes, it transforms humble tumblers into remarkable canvases, capturing the imagination of all who behold their beauty.

2024 Daytona Artists

The Drink the Art By Big Frig campaign is a true testament to the power of creativity, philanthropy, and the joy of childhood exploration.

Daytona 2024 Drink the Art Program

Participating Artists
Each participating artist will make a selection of a Big Frig tumbler or growler. Then two items will be shipped, one for the Flying Piston Benefit and one for personal use.

At the conclusion of the event, the top two vote earners from the people’s choice award receives a Big Frig Cooler.

About Big Frig
Owner Brock Hutchinson founded Big Frig because he wanted to offer superior quality products that could withstand the extreme conditions of the Midwest. He set out to design products that would perform as well as (if not better than) anything else available with features that many people were looking for. Since then, the company has built Big Frig based on relationships and providing the best product and best customer service.


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