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    Eva NY

    EVA NY. Stocks Henrik Vibskov, April 77, Stine Goya, bARBARA í gONGINI, etc.

    Phreeque show

     

    Fantastic site.

    Mount Roraima

    Mount Roraima is the highest of the Pakaraima chain of tepui plateau in South America. Its 31 km2 summit area is defended by 400 metre (1,312 ft) tall cliffs on all sides. The mountain includes the triple border point of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana.

    Venice Carnival

    Venice Carnival.

    Jielde lamp

    Jielde lamp by Jean Louis Domecq

    Cantona, Eric

    Richter, Gerhard

    One of the only image makers I care for.

    Vorn magazine

    Vorn magazine. A publication that provides a medium of complete freedom to the industry’s most exciting designers. Without boundaries, briefs or themes.
    The combination of groundbreaking contributors an a print quality that is usually unheard of in the magazine industry, has quickly become a
    multi-award winning success.

    Lenco L70

    Lenco L70 turntable from the Swiss manufacturer.

    Patrick Li

    Patrick Li. Good art directional work.

    Skogskyrkogården


    Light like you only get it in Scandinavia.

    Crème de Violette

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    The Players Club

    Modeled after London’s famed Garrick Club, The Players was the first American “gentleman’s club” of its kind. Its purpose: “The promotion of social intercourse between members of the dramatic profession and the kindred professions of literature, painting, architecture, sculpture and music, law and medicine, and the patrons of the arts…”

    Pilots

    Pavić, Milorad

    Dictionary of the Khazars: A Lexicon Novel is the first novel by Serbian writer Milorad Pavić, published in 1984. There is no easily discerned plot in the conventional sense, but the central question of the book (the mass religious conversion of the Khazar people) is based on an historical event generally dated to the last decades of the 8th century or the early 9th century when the Khazar royalty and nobility converted to Judaism, and part of the general population followed. However, most of the characters and events described in the novel are entirely fictional, as is the culture ascribed to the Khazars in the book, which bears little resemblance to any literary or archeological evidence. The novel takes the form of three cross-referenced mini-encyclopedias, each compiled from the sources of one of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, and Judaism).

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    Alpha

    Echo

    India

    Mike

    Quebec

    Uniform

    Yankee

    Bravo

    Foxtrot

    Juliet

    November

    Romeo

    Victor

    Zulu

    Charlie

    Golf

    Kilo

    Oscar

    Sierra

    Whiskey

    Delta

    Hotel

    Lima

    Papa

    Tango

    X-Ray