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James Unsworth // Art Talk

James Unsworth // Art Talk

by The 405 (Google+), 02 November 2010

The following pieces weren't plucked from last nights feature length nightmare. No. They are the handy work of the fiendishly talented James Unsworth. Check out more of his work from the link at the bottom. Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket http://www.jamesunsworth.com

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