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The 17 hours left. I’ll be documenting the process on this piece, entitled “Apathy” tonight via instagram. 18 hours left on Kickstarter- new Stretch Goal: $18,500. Ideation Video, original sketches, Limited Edition folios, prints and more:http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/492770556/the-spoils-of-saint-hubris“Apathy” Work in Progress for exhibition.http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/492770556/the-spoils-of-saint-hubris?ref=home_locationRead more...
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