Charleston's scenester elite turned out in full force at Redux Contemporary Art Center for the second annual Munny Show on Friday night. The art show/auction featured 25 munny dolls painted by local artists like Jarod Charzewski, Sheepman, Ishmael, and Julio Cotto. Don't know what a Munny doll is? (Pshh.) Well, they're the latest craze among artsy, vinyl toy lovin' types; the blank doll is a canvas on which they can paint, drill, add accessories, or do whatever their imaginations dream up. The sweaty, tightly-packed crowd at Redux bid on everything from a bong-shaped Munny to Joker- and Mario-inspired Munnys to a downright creepy lookin' dude by Charleston native turned San Fran golden boy Kevin Taylor, which earned the record bid of $420. B'zar owner Gustavo Serrano, largely recognized for bringing the dolls to town with his NYC-flavored shop, played auctioneer, surrounded by a bevy of young hipsters-in-training. It was good to see such a young crowd out supporting the arts — even if it's doubtful that this fad will last long enough to have a Munny Show III — and the event raised over $5,000 for Redux's education outreach programs. Cha-ching!