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    Hungarian sculpture-furniture artist.

    Yesterday we look one exhibition. Very interesting. Recommend for yours.

    Jozsef Brrr.. english
    http://www.sprok.hu/en/index_en.html

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    That's some very impressive sculpture. I'm sure it was wonderful to see in person. Thanks for sharing the link, Jozsef.
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    Impressive indeed. Very unique too. Almost looked like 3D animation characters.

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    Hi Jozsef

    Thanks for posting that link. Amazing sculptures.

    I like the fact that one can download a high res picture. Then you really see the detail in the image.

    Very impressive work. I particularly liked the chameleon.

    There is a definite African influence in this work. Seeing the baobab tree and horns that look like the rhino.
    cheers

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    I enjoyed every single pic, some I liked some I don't but I enjoyed them all, it seems that what I say doesn't make sense but one thing has nothing to do with the other.
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    Toni

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    I glad, what enjoyable moments obtain for your

    Jozsef

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    thanx joz, that was some great stuff to look at.

    hey Jim, when did you become a model?

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