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Shanghai street scene from a 2nd Floor cafe window. Huangpu District. China. Fuzhou Road. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
21 Aug 2007
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*******www.drawingnow****/videos/id_19204-how-to-draw-a-street-scene-graffiti-style.html Learn how to draw step by step in this simple video tutorial that teaches how to draw a Street Scene Graffiti Style. Visit *******www.drawingnow****/ for more easy free video tutorials. You can change the play speed for a closer look and try it yourself too.
16 Jan 2011
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30 Jun 2009
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I never dreamed when I wrote The Japanese Art of Sex: How to tease, seduce and pleasure the samurai in your bedroom, I would be speaking about geisha and performing Japanese dance at La Biennale in Venice, Italy, the oldest and most prestigious cultural arts festival in the world. I also had the opportunity to sign copies of my Harlequin Spice novel, The Blonde Geisha, in Italian: Passioni di una Geisha. Come to Venice with me as I explore the city in my Venice video series: Jina's Excellent Adventure in Venice, Italy. Shot on location by Jina Bacarr. Music by Kevin MacLeod. In this Venice video episode, I take you on a tour of Venice street scenes and performers and take you to Bacaro, bar/ristorante (similar to my last name). Visit: *******jinabacarr**** and my blog: *******tinyurl****/BerlinSexDiary Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Aug 2009
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Randstad are a international recruitment company who helped Denise find a great job as a street scene operative.
11 Dec 2013
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Dang, look at the speed on those cars! I can't believe they go so fast - check out the speedometer!
8 May 2006
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A street and the garden center, Tallahassee has much of subtropical nature in it. Live oaks, airplants, palms.
5 Sep 2007
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24 Jun 2009
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Filmed from the Indian Coffee house, Trivandrum, India. *******www.pragmaticsofchange**** || *******www.brassbollocks******
11 Oct 2010
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13 Sep 2011
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*******www.redropereviews**** Street Scene 2009, San Diego. Check out the website for more Black Eyed Peas footage & San Diego events.
30 Aug 2009
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Visual artist Randy Hage has spent the last 25 years making sets, models and props for the TV/film and small scale hobby industries. Former instructor at FIDM in Los Angeles, teaching set and prop fabrication. Owner of Doll House Lady Miniatures, a retail hobby store that has served small scale enthusiasts since 1986. Currently working on a personal fine arts project that has been on hold since 2001...Documenting and replicating NYC storefronts that are disappearing due to gentrification and urban renewal. See recent blog interviews with me at the following links... *******dnainfo****/20100712/manhattan/artist-creates-miniature-manhattan/slideshow *******vanishingnewyork.blogspot****/2010/07/model-new-york.html *******ny.curbed****/archives/2010/07/08/classic_city_storefronts_live_on_foreverin_miniature_form.php You can also view photos of my work at ***********/photos/mindseyeminiatures/ Handmade, scratch built, 1/12th scale miniature models. Realistic depictions of New York storefront architecture. Documenting the disappearing structures in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens. Miniature sculptures that replicate the original structures down to the smallest detail. Storefronts in this video include Donuts Coffee Shop, which was located at Union and 5th in the Park Slope area of Brooklyn, Sandwich Shop which was located at the corner of Hope and Marcy in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Ny, Vesuvio Bakery (now Birdbath bakery) located in Soho on Prince st, NY, and Nick's luncheonette located on 196 Broadway, Williamsburg, NY. Currently working on Ideal Hosiery storefront, Manhattan, NY Randy Hage is a contemporary visual artist and model maker who is fabricating realistic miniature models of NYC street scenes. His New York inspired miniature sculptures document the changing face of Manhattan and Brooklyn architecture. In particular, the vanishing storefronts of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Over the past 25 years, Randy has created miniature models for film, television, special effects, stop motion animation, trade show exhibits, museums, and forced perspective effects.
6 Aug 2010
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