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I am writer / news analysts at the PC Magazine Network and MiMo's old college mate.

Wedding Dress of The Year!

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StevE
October 13th, 2008

I’ll let this one speak for itself.

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Dems Have More Fun!

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StevE
September 3rd, 2008

waqa6u1 Dems Have More Fun!

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Say, Which Way Is It Going?

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August 11th, 2008

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From Russia with Piz-ZAZ!

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StevE
July 30th, 2008

zaz 447x300 From Russia with Piz ZAZ!

Feast your eyes on this true relic of the Soviet-ear automobile industry. Modeled after the earlier Fiat 600 and notorious for its crude and raucous ride, the ZAZ-968 was designed as ‘a car for the ordinary people’ and known to those living behind the iron curtain as Zaporozhets.

Public Farm 1: Growing Art in the Outer Borough

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StevE
July 14th, 2008

62 picture 165 copy Public Farm 1: Growing Art in the Outer Borough

Located at MoMa’s PS1 extension in Long Island City, New York, P.F.1 (Public Farm One) is an urban farm concept that evokes the look of a flying carpet landing in the P.S.1 courtyard. Constructed from large cardboard tubes, its top surface will be a working farm, blooming with a variety of vegetables and plants. [ Continue Reading ]

LEGO Art

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StevE
July 7th, 2008

Yellow3 LEGO Art

When ink, paint and bronze are no longer due, grab a box of LEGO blocks.

Such is the sentiment of Nathan Sawaya – a New York-based artist who forges his often life-size creations from toy building bricks. According to CNN, Sawaya’s LEGO art has become so trendy that Donald Trump himself has asked the artist “to create a replica of the new hotel he’s building in Dubai.”

Leisurama Homes: Echoing ‘50s

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StevE
July 3rd, 2008

rendering Leisurama Homes: Echoing ‘50s

These vivacious homes, first introduced at the New York World’s Fair, became available in the 1950s and for a short time sold at Macys, fully furnished with general electric appliances and every other necessity, including plates, towels, and even toothbrushes.

The Leisurama story is one of ambition, creative marketing, and a desire to leave the daily grind behind and escape to a fun, playful utopia. It is a story about a post-war nation searching for peace and diversion on the home front. It is a story about the clash of ideologies. It is a story about suntans, fishing, and outdoor barbecues.