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Architectural cardboard structures by Ana Serrano

Ana Serrano, a first generation Mexican-American artist, is known for her cardboard depictions of architecture. Her inspiration for these brightly-colored, hand-decorated structures come from her observations of Los Angeles’ diverse neighborhoods and travel to Mexico, Brazil and Italy.
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Pamela Thompson is a fashion designer and owner of www.tinyfrockshop.com. She gets giddy when organizing her extensive dolly hoard and has a deep love for all things sparkly.

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