The Speed of Art

Furniture making is a problem-solving process that starts with a functional need to fulfil. The aesthetic element, what it looks like in the end, is determined by the context of the piece and your own personal style preferences.

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The Pearl of Cape Town

Lucy Kruger’s unique indie/alternative rock style of music is both hypnotic and alluring; and, has been compared to the styles of Alanis Morrissette and Sinead O’Connor.

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The Tale of Jessica Rabbit

You’re gonna tell the world that Red is in town, and she’s gonna set it on fire, because that’s what I’m gonna do.

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The Autumn of Our Years

Today the fifty is the new forty. Women and men of my age are the ones who have the money and the buying power.

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It's Floofie's World

I smile not only because I’m flattered, but because I’ve worked really hard to become successful and I pride myself on my work ethic.

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No Place Like Home

I never wear heals and my car is always a total mess. I don't buy into the whole "let me buy a fancy car to impress my clients so they think I'm a big agent" thing. I don't need to attract those kinds of clients.

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Erotic, Symbolic, & Hue

I was baptized and raised Catholic, so religious symbolism has always been a part of my visual vocabulary.

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Atomic Matter

My favorite part of the job is custom creating entertainment specific to each clients needs, desires and budget.

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Needle to the Groove

I use Pioneer CDJs 2000 Nexus most of the time,  but it depends on the venues set up. I don't really like using software like Traktor where it syncs everything for you. I like to beat match on the fly, and I'm not a fan of allowing music to be automatically beat matched.

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Gianna by the Sea

If you've ever watched Jiro Ono or Mitsushiro Araki making sushi, they have created an entire institution around their national cuisine. There's an art and romance with everything on the Japanese menu and few cultures in the world have this kind of delicacy and passion with food.

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Bella Loaded

Sometimes a love affair can rip us apart, but in the end, being torn open is the most incredible gift.

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Too Gucci for You

Though not the first fashion brand to break into the home decor market, Gucci offers a unique experience; one immersed in a kind of luxury that’s almost spiritual in nature.

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Wakanda Forever

Like the Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy films before it, Black Panther is no slouch at introducing eye-popping vistas; Wakanda being exactly the type of utopia audiences would pour over.

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Bill Murray's Bad Day

The film takes full advantage of Bill Murray in all his deadpan glory reacting to this extraordinary dilemma with unabashed glee, in all the ways you and I would, by robbing banks, ordering everything off the menu, and getting laid

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Calling Bunker8313

I would like to create a brand, a brand of free creativity, and it's not just photography. Music and video and painting and poetry - everything that is done from the heart, not at the request of the customer. For me it's very important!

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The (In)Justice

No, Justice League (finished in post-production by Joss Whedon) is Fantastic Four-level bad, both films sharing an actor (Kate Mara there, Ben Affleck here) sporting a jarringly different hairstyle in certain scenes contrary to their consistent ones.

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Fraktion of the Whole

I've been working in the creative field as graphic designer and then as a freelance editorial/advertising illustrator for nearly fifteen years.  Eventually I started to dabble with photography as a new means to make ideas into images. 

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Freya Soul!

After several years of living in France, playing with the “guys” for fun and running, my body needed a break. Yoga was something in my routine, but not a “passion”. Perhaps, my maturity or need for the spirit body connection hadn’t ripened yet.

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The Beautiful Horror of Existence

You may see a lot of hidden faces and sketchy critters in my paintings, as well as a pervasive theme of what I’d loosely describe as a working ecosystem operating under sentient outbursts of madness and sometimes malice.

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The Road Less Traveled

I don't read or watch too much news. I speak about political issues in my work, and it’s the same topics repeatedly.

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