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Travel: How to visit Paris in 4 days and do some major sightseeing but also leave plenty of time for aimless wandering and serendipitous discoveries. - Sherrelle

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The Happy Accidents of the Swing Jean-Honoré Fragonard c1767-1768 Wallace Collection London

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Paint Dripping Makeup Smearing Makeup Mascara Running Dani Lundquist | NEW YORK FASHION BEAUTY PHOTOGRAPHER- EDITORIAL COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY

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En Route Photography #business #card. I love the use of the gold foil like the corners were dipped in liquid gold. Modern, elegant photographer stationary.

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30 Brilliant Branding Identity Design examples for your inspiration. Follow us www.pinterest.com/webneel

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This seems like a simple way to add colour and an interesting element to the business cards

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Leah Bartholomew, Coolangatta and Melbourne based artist who makes abstract paintings and commissioned artworks.

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Alfred Émile Léopold Stevens (Belgian painter, 1823- 1906).

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Of course this classic painting had to be included. Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema

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Japan Earthquake/Tsunami 3.11.11 - Fine Art Print by Amy Rader

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#17: Dylan Cuhane photographer identity design. The bold color choice allows this photographer to 'get attention' with his solution. Once again we see the seal used (quite pricey) as the logo. However we see two logos here, one as a seal and the other as a handwritten stamp. Although I love the solution, I wonder if it's problematic in the branding aspect since there's kind of two logos going on. As the module mentioned, handwriting one's font can be most beneficial as we see this example here.

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DIY Watercolor Business Cards Gallery: Plus Quick Tips on Making Your Own || Dip dyed vegetable watercolor cards by Almost Makes Perfect

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Creative DIY Watercolour And Custom Stamped Business Cards

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Instagram-foto gemaakt door SARAH BOYTS YODER • 30 mei 2013 om 18:16

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Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (Flemish artist, 1561-1635) Portrait of a Woman

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"Woman Reading", 1899 ~ by Jacques-Émile Blanche (1861-1942)

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Japan Earthquake/Tsunami 3.11.11 - Fine Art Print by Amy Rader

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If It's Hip, It's Here: Stack and Scare by Invisible Creatures. From Product to Packaging, Blocks Don't Get Much Cooler Than These. Good.

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