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Dave Grohl drew some…unusual pictures for a charity auction.

When the Foo Fighters played the Hear See Now festival, organizers asked Dave Grohl to provide two works of art that could be auctioned off for charity. But Dave was busy, so when he arrived at the venue, he hadn’t offered up anything yet. So he had to improvise with some free-hand drawings.

Dave’s first work of art was a diagram of a beer bong. The second outlined how to smuggle hash into a concert. Scroll down for video. Oh, and they sold for about US$11,000. (Via CoS)

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