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    1. 09:04 29 Feb 2012
      Congratulations!!!
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  2. by Matthew Williams .

    L'Officiel Hommes Video

    L'OFFICIEL HOMMES VIDEO

     

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    Model: Jack Donoghue of SALEM

    Styling: Tom Guinness

    THANK YOU RASSA MONTASER

    Video: Matthew Williams

    Model: Jack Donoghue of SALEM

    Styling: Tom Guinness

    Thanks to: Rassa Montaser

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    1. Daniel
      12:37 10 Apr 2013
      Well done atrilce that. I'll make sure to use it wisely.
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  4. by Matthew Williams .

    HOOD BY AIR

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    hoodbyair.com

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    1. Hlias
      23:38 1 Sep 2013
      I went with the darker look. Dark Grey walls with on dark blue. And old Steel Desk like taceher used to use sit right in the middle with my 3 monitor setup. And an old lazy boy recliner in the corner when I get tired and need a nap.
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  5. by Matthew Williams .

    BOPPIN-NEW CHICAGO DANCE MOVEMENT
    BOPPIN-NEW CHICAGO DANCE MOVEMENT

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    1. arub_g
      22:43 13 Apr 2014
      i love this dance, i just hate that i can't do it!!!
    2. arub_g
      22:47 13 Apr 2014
      i love this dance, i just hate that i can't do it!!!
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  6. by Matthew Williams .

    Designer Dozie Kanu creates 'Chair [ i ]'

    For the first of his self-produced projects, 22-year-old artist and designer Dozie Kanu created a pair of simple dining chairs; transforming the classic curved backrest into something more contemporary. 
     
    Fashioned from tubular steel, upholstered with a 'Klein blue' leather cushion and finished with brushed steel caps, the design is elegant and expressive, yet practical.  
     
    As a fine art student at the School of Visual Arts, Kanu splits his time working as an assistant in various furniture design studios and art studios across New York City. 'Chair [ i ]' is a work set to depict these combined interests. 
     
    'I find satisfaction when an objects form and materials align seamlessly or interestingly. I plan on continuing to make objects I want to live with. I’m definitely hazy about what the driving force behind my practice is exactly. I’m caught up in several different ideas and feel pressured to load work with meaning… it should happen organically. In that way designing functional objects is easier.'
     
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