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Correo: hugo alfredo marquez sandoval - Outlook

Correo: hugo alfredo marquez sandoval - Outlook

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Champagne

Champagne

Learn the fundamental skills you need to start working with leather by making simple accessories you can customize! Learn: cutting, gouging, folding, hand sewing, gluing, riveting, adding hardware, and creating simple details.

Learn the fundamental skills you need to start working with leather by making simple accessories you can customize! Learn: cutting, gouging, folding, hand sewing, gluing, riveting, adding hardware, and creating simple details.

Los esperamos, Carol Osorio V. Osorio - Tradición en Cuero Central Telefónica…

Los esperamos, Carol Osorio V. Osorio - Tradición en Cuero Central Telefónica…

Leather bag for larp

Leather bag for larp

British shorthair are the best ever

British shorthair are the best ever

Don't forget about vegetables. This is actual a wild breed of cat. Fun fact :) don't remember it's name though.

Don't forget about vegetables. This is actual a wild breed of cat. Fun fact :) don't remember it's name though.

Viking era horns from the National Museum in Reykjavik-  After England, Iceland, to visit Gudren

Viking era horns from the National Museum in Reykjavik- After England, Iceland, to visit Gudren

Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramée Artist Guy Laramee  has recently completed a number of new sculptural works where he transforms thick tomes into incredible topographical features including mountains, caves, volcanoes, and even water. Many of the works are part of a new project titled Guan Yin, a series of work dedicated to the forces that enable individuals to endure grief and pain, or in his words “the mysterious forces thanks to which we can traverse ordeals.”

Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramée Artist Guy Laramee has recently completed a number of new sculptural works where he transforms thick tomes into incredible topographical features including mountains, caves, volcanoes, and even water. Many of the works are part of a new project titled Guan Yin, a series of work dedicated to the forces that enable individuals to endure grief and pain, or in his words “the mysterious forces thanks to which we can traverse ordeals.”