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February 07, 2012

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Thanks for this post! I love Tibor - but I must admit, my favorite work of art there is Lucas the shih tzu.

The commentary is as much a work of art as the Posters/Panels are. Gorgeously done!

Incredibly informative and well-written post, thank you. The image of a schoolboy doodling is perfectly apt, and validates my own feeling when I look at those pictures.

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