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Duck Dynasty family, Michael Hunt joining forces on artwork

Nearly 12 million people watched Duck Dynasty's season four debut last month. Nearly 12 million people watched Duck Dynasty's season four debut last month.
Now A&E's Duck Dynasty says it is taking over some artwork. Now A&E's Duck Dynasty says it is taking over some artwork.

(WMC-TV) - The Duck Dynasty craze is alive in the Mid-South and across the country. People love the Robertson family and those beards. The family has made millions off duck callers, and the reality show is attracting millions of viewers.

Nearly 12 million people watched Duck Dynasty's season four debut last month.

Now A&E's Duck Dynasty says it is taking over some artwork. They are joining forces with Michael Hunt, a world renowned artist who painted Pope John Paul's portrait for the Vatican and Bill Clinton's portrait for the White House.

"Sometimes in life amazing things happen," said Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson. "Michael Hunt, weird meets the Robertson klan, normal ... You mixed weird and normal together you get a masterpiece.Faith, family, football, and duck hunting."

You can get the artwork and win an autographed shotgun if you sign up for a raffle online. Click here for more.

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