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November 09, 2011

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Migguel Anggelo


One word: AMAZING.!!!!

Wendy

You're brilliant & so creative it's incredible. I would love to attend one of your events. They seem magical. I know you probably have an amazing team working with you. The brainstorming you must do to create these event experiences.

Nike Jordan Heels

this past weekend, we set up a small FORAGE shop at the art star bazaar in philadelphia. our favorite part of doing these shows is seeing old friends (giant dwarf, red prairie press, chez sucre chez, brainstorm) and making new ones (adam smith, girls can tell, farmhaus, kinship press, yard sale press). thanks to everyone who came by to see us especially jahn from bklyn dry goods.

Kyla_gold

WOW! That is so amazing! I love seeing how the event can go from an idea to a rendering to a breathtaking event. Great job, you guys really make ideas come to life.

3d rendering

wow wow no word to say awesome rendering mate great :)

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