Rocker Billy Morrison is getting ready to explore another side of his artistry and the subject of his upcoming paintings may come as a surprise. He's agreed to create a pair of mixed media canvas pieces with Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst serving as the inspiration.

Durst revealed the artistic plan via his Facebook page, revealing that each of the pieces will retail for $5,000 U.S. dollars. However, as part of the creative process, the buyer will have some input. According to the posting, the person who purchases the paintings will have the option to choose the Limp Bizkit songs/lyrics that they want included in the piece. In addition, Morrison and Durst will personalize the painting as well. Check out Durst's posting below.

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Morrison has played with The Cult, Doheny, Billy Idol and Circus Diablo and is one of one of the longtime members of the all-star jam band Camp Freddy. After Camp Freddy concluded in 2014, several of the members including Morrison kept the covers fun going with a new band called Royal Machines. A frequent guest over Morrison's tenure with Camp Freddy and Royal Machines has been Durst. Just last year, Morrison released his second solo album, God Shaped Hole.

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