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Canotage - No Artist - Sur Leau (Vinyl)

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  1. All guitars are full size/scale. Guitars ARE NOT concert or stage used by the artist. Please visit our FAQ link for answers to other commonly asked questions concerning guitars. ALBUM COVERS/LPs/VINYL RECORDS/PICTURE DISCS/CDs/DVDs. Vinyl records (as well as Compact Discs and DVDs) ARE INCLUDED with the signed album cover.
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  8. Dec 25,  · An artist takes an easel and paint set out to a field (a park, a beach, the woods, a city street -- whatever) and paints the view. What could seem more representative of a litigious society? The same artist rushes around to every person found in that view, waving a "model release" form and asking for signatures as protection against any lawsuit.

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