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November 10, 2009

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Seth

These images are so compelling. Thanks for the post!

mahendra singh

I'll second that, these images are very interesting to me, a sort of DadaBaroque! They make me think a lot of Alberto Savinio's artwork, which I recommend to you; that same onieric transformation of classical imagery, a truly visual poetry!

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