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yocheved schubert

absolutely amazing

   
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yocheved schubert

I love it

   
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Jan Ferris
Love it! As an artist/psychologist, I often use color as a mood enhancer. The quirky nature of the streetcar adds to the whole, unique gestalt. Lots of fun and it all works.
   

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