Graham Reeves, the feed.

This is most of my stuff, they're usually in RSS feeds so I've aggregated it all.

graham@grahamreeves.com

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Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 15 Apr 2014 | 4:21 am

Ace of hearts vintage style playing card silver cufflinks in simple gift box by crimsonking

13.00 USD

Ace of hearts vintage style wood playing cards on silver toned cufflinks. All face cards and aces are available. These are a great gift for that special card player. Comes in simple gift box.
Measures 1" x 5/8".


Please check out my store for cufflinks, wedding guestbooks, journals, necklaces, belt buckles and much more.
http://www.crimsonking.etsy.com
http://www.igotboard.etsy.com


<<<<<<<<<<<< PAYMENT POLICY >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You can pay by credit card or Paypal. I accept eChecks through paypal. eChecks take an extra 3-5 days to process and your item will not be shipped until your payment clears.


<<<<<<<<<<<< SHIPPING POLICY >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Items usually ship out within 4-7 days. Custom work can take 7-14 for production plus shipping time. Please let me know if you have a due date for your project. I ship First Class USPS 2-5 days shipping in the USA. May take 14-21 days for international orders, sometimes longer. Please contact me if you need rush shipping. Extra shipping charges apply.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 10 Apr 2014 | 3:35 pm

Life Calendar: How was your day by BrigadaCreativa

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Life Calendars are a serie of different calendars which highlight an aspect of life.

"How was your day?" is the first of the series. The 365 days of the year are represented by an emoticon that you have to draw considering how was your day: very good, good, ordinary, bad or very bad.

Notice: This calendar is not for any specific year. You can start it whenever you want! At New Year's day, an anniversary, an important date or the day that you prefer :)

Poster, DIN A3: 297x420mm.
Ships with a postal tube.


Return to the shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/BrigadaCreativa

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 8 Apr 2014 | 2:51 pm

Peach Lace Infinity Scarf Circle Scarf Vintage Look Loop Scarf Woman Fashion Lace Scarf Boho Bohemian Scarf Weeding Bridesmaid Soft Scarves by liliavaniniboutique

28.50 USD

Peach Lace Infinity Scarf Circle Scarf Loop Scarf Woman Fashion

This infinity scarf is gorgeous and ultra feminine and elegant scarf will be a great additon and a unique touch to finish any outfit. Is ultra soft and lightweight.
Look Bohemian with a vintage touch!
Sewn with a double layer, there are no open seams or raw edges and is just perfect for any ocassion!

Details:
Length: 30.5"
Total Circumference: 61"
Wide: 12"
Color: Peach
Material: Lace

Care Instructions:
Handwashed with cold water

HANDMADE IN A SMOKE-FREE AND PET-FREE HOME
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Why Choose Lilia Vanini?
Lilia Vanini is a Collection of everything you need to Enjoy Life, from an everyday carry on Handbag, Chic and elegant Scarves and Pashminas, Boho twist headbands and turbans, great Crochet Hats and Flower Pins and variety of knitted items, lovely Jewerly, cozy Pillows for your Home and more and more, because I am always creating new items and new projects for you.
Lilia Vanini is a trendy line with a touch of romance and delicacy.
I use the best materials that I found in Italy, USA and Perú.
All my items are designed & fully handmade by me and only me with a lot of care and attention to details.
Please red my about page to know more about my craftsmanship experience.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique/about/
Lilia Vanini is Beautiful handmade to Enjoy Life!!
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Please check my other listings:

♥ CROSSBODY AND SHOULDER BAGS:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=13393258&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1

♥ TOTE BAGS
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=7433983

♥ CLUTCHES WRISTLETS AND ZIPPER POUCHES
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=13839044

♥ INFINITY SCARVES AND PASHMINAS
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=10250853

♥ KNIT SCARVES AND CROCHET HATS
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=12872261&ref=shopsection_leftnav_6

♥ TURBAN TWIST HEADBANDS
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=12924299

♥ PILLOWS AND HOME DECOR
https://www.etsy.com/shop/liliavaniniboutique?section_id=12567549

♥ ALL THE ITEMS IN THE SHOP
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For any questions don´t hesitate in send me a convo, I love to hear from my Customers

♥ Lilia Vanini Designs ♥
Beautiful Handmade to Enjoy Life

Thanks for Shopping Supporting and Using Handmade!

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 2 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am

Half Can Oscillator cufflinks by digiBling

14.00 USD

dress up - digibling style! This sleek and shiny pair of cufflinks is made with real 3.6864 MHz oscillators. The oscillators are 1/2" (12.7 mm) square and 1/4" (6.4 mm) thick.

All digi-bling items come packaged in fun zip top anti-static bags, as shown in the last photo.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 24 Mar 2014 | 9:08 am

Groomsmen Ties - Men's Ties- Orange and Blue Wedding Necktie - Child's Tie or Men's Necktie by MeandMatilda

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One Everyday Necktie™ for your wedding.

Lots of coordinating options are available. Here are just a few for inspiration. Let us help you put together a set that expresses your individual style.

100% cotton
Hand-wash and hang or lay flat to dry.
Hand-made in the USA.

See last two photos for size charts.

Prints available
Photo #2:
1-Orange/Aqua Floral
2- Aqua/Orange Birds
3-Orange/Ivory Damask- SOLD OUT
4-Aqua/Orange Paisley
5-Orange/Cream Damask
6- Aqua/Orange Large Floral
7- Orange Block Floral
8- Ivory with Aqua/Orange Floral

Photo #3:
1-Orange/Cream Damask (same as #5 in first photo)
2- Orange Tribal Floral
3- Orange/Ivory Damask (same as #3 in first photo)- SOLD OUT
4- Orange Block Floral (same as #7 in first photo)

More Orange and Aqua Prints available here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/81037034/orange-and-blue-neckties-for-men-boys

Have you seen a fabric you love? Feel it would be just the necktie for you? Contact me, I may be able to make something just for you. I love custom orders.

All styles, designs, & content © 2008-2012 Me and Matilda. All rights reserved.

PLEASE NOTE-THIS ITEM IS HAND-MADE TO ORDER. Check store policy section for current production times. http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeandMatilda/policy

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 24 Mar 2014 | 9:08 am

Men's Tie Purple Damask Necktie by MeandMatilda

19.99 USD

Purple Damask Necktie

Hand-made in the USA
100% Cotton

Order a matching boy's necktie here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/42449070/boys-tie-purple-damask-toddler-baby

Matching bowties, suspenders, hair accessories, sashes and belts are also available

This item is custom made to order. You can read about production and shipping times here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeandMatilda/policy

We offer a wide selection of colors and prints. Take a moment to browse the shop here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeandMatilda?ref=si_shop

Visit us at www.meandmatilda.etsy.com to shop by color or print.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 21 Mar 2014 | 6:59 pm

Moustache Tie Clip // For Weddings by tsaiclip

45.00 USD

The original and first of its kind...till the rest of the world got inspired by us. :) We designed and made this whimsical and fun tie bar to put a smile on your face or that of your recipient(s). If you are celebrating a special occasion such as a wedding, this is a great gift for the groom and/or groomsmen.

For the modern man, our moustache tie bar measures 1.75 inches to perfectly complement slim ties.

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We are an American brand born in NYC. We design and make our own unique collection of whimsical and fun tie bars that are suitable for all occasions.

Please send us a message if you have any questions or would like to order a larger quantity.

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Visit our shop for other great designs: https://www.etsy.com/shop/tsaiclip

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 20 Mar 2014 | 6:41 pm

Joker vintage style playing cards on silver cufflinks in gift box by crimsonking

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Joker vintage style wood playing cards on silver toned cufflinks. All face cards and aces are available. These are a great gift for that special card player. Comes in a simple gift box.
Measures 1" x 5/8". Item ships from the USA.


Please check out my store for cufflinks, wedding guestbooks, journals, necklaces, belt buckles and much more.
http://www.crimsonking.etsy.com

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 14 Mar 2014 | 11:02 pm

Wing Cuff Links SOLDERED - Cuff Wings - Antique Silver Winged Cufflinks - The Flight Series Cufflink - SOLDERED Detailed Feather Cuff Link by OnTheBead

18.20 USD

These Winged Cufflinks are made with quality silver plated, hinged-back cufflink blanks, SOLDERED to detailed, antiqued silver wings.

They are a matched pair – a left wing, and a right wing - each measuring about 19mm across and 15mm wide tapering down to 1mm (about 3/4 of an inch by ½ of an inch) - the perfect accessory for that dress shirt!

Made to match our Steampunk “Time Flies” pieces, they are the perfect accessory for that dress shirt!

Your cufflinks will be sent in a keepsake pouch – suitable for giving and great for storage when they're not being worn. Perfect for that fashion forward individual in your life - of any age.

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Please allow for variances in the amount of antiquing and possible slight heat coloration on the back soldered cuff link blank (Only on the round pad that connects to the wing – that is not visible when worn) – Thank You!

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Also available in antiqued gold and antiqued copper! If you don’t see them, please convo and we will list them for you!

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Matching tie tack/lapel pins are available!
If you don’t see them listed, please convo and we will list one for you!

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As is the case with all plated brass stampings, the back is a hollow reverse of the front.

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If you are interested in several pairs for a wedding party or other occasion, simply convo us and we will make a special listing for you!

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Thank you very much for looking! Please read the shop policies before you buy, and feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

Please add OnTheBead to your favorites and come back soon!

Julie
OnTheBead.etsy.com

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 13 Mar 2014 | 5:13 pm

Little Red Riding Hood The First Touch by minoule

19.00 USD

Print of "The first encounter with the Wolf" / "The First Touch"

Picture measures 6" × 8,2" on 8,5" × 11" paper. The image is centered on the paper leaving a white border for framing.
It is printed on high quality matte paper, 48 lb/ 179 g/m2!

(Watermark will not appear on print)

All prints are signed by me, the artist.

(PAPER & SIZE CAN BE LARGER & CUSTOMIZED just send me a message)

larger print: https://www.etsy.com/listing/117042126/little-red-riding-hood-giclee-print-8-x


+++ About Shipping+++

Items will be shipped out within 3-5 business days of receiving payment.


© 2010 Nadja Martens (minoule) - All my work is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. Sales of artwork do not transfer copyrights.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 12 Mar 2014 | 6:43 am

Mini Light Bulb Cufflinks - Wedding Gift - Handmade - Gift Box Included by Mancornas

25.00 USD

Mini Light Bulb Cufflinks Set

100% money back guarantee in service and quality

Quick shipping with tracking

Beautiful gift box included

Type FREE1 at checkout for free shipping in the USA

Bundle with a lapel pin or tie clip and save 25% by typing BUNDLE25 at checkout

Responsive and prompt customer service

5% of purchase donated to the Seattle Humane Society

20% return customer discount

A thoughtful gift idea for weddings, groomsmen, best man, anniversaries, Father's Day, Christmas, birthdays, Valentine's Day or any special occasion

A huge selection of other cufflinks is available at the link below:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Mancornas?section_id=10872942&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1

Crafted with care in the USA

Universal fit

Thank you for supporting a family home business

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 1 Mar 2014 | 11:31 pm

Black and Yellow Damask Necktie by MeandMatilda

24.95 USD

Ties for Guys No Matter What Size!

Fun, funk and function all in one! This necktie is sure to please any guy whether he is 8 months, 8 years, 18 years or 80 years old.

One Everyday Necktie in black, grey, yellow and white damask.

You choose the style and size:

Baby/Toddler Pre-Tied Necktie w/velcro strap Age (up to 3)
Boy's Pre-tied Necktie Age (3-6)
Boy's classic tie necktie Age (5-10)
Boy's classic tie Necktie Age (11-15)
Men's classic tie Necktie Age (15 and up)
Men's classic tie Necktie Extra-Long
Men's classic tie Necktie Skinny Width

Me and Matilda Everyday Neckties ™ are made to be enjoyed. The Everday Series ties are made with cotton fabric so you can wash them! No more stripping off that tie before a meal. You don't have to take these ties to the dry cleaner. Just machine wash, hang or lay flat to dry and iron.

Please indicate the desired size when you check-out.

Have you seen a fabric you love? Feel it would be just the necktie for you? Contact me, I may be able to make something just for you. I love custom orders.

All styles, designs, & content © 2008-2010 Me and Matilda. All rights reserved. PLEASE NOTE-THIS ITEM IS HAND-MADE TO ORDER. Check store policy section for current production times.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 22 Feb 2014 | 3:09 am

Bronze Owl Cufflinks by LoudCufflinks

17.00 USD

These are a pair of bronze, stylized owls. I really like them. There is just something primitive and charming about them.

These are made with pride in the USA! Please support American manufacturing and small business!

If you have any questions or would like to discuss prices, please feel free to email me :)

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 19 Feb 2014 | 7:05 am

pug pillow "pugs and stripes" teal blue on petrols and browns by maldimaglia

72.00 USD

yes...
my little pugs are spreaded all over the world :-)
so, i wanted to create also some pillows.

this one is made of felted, extrafine merino wool. the backside is just a dark petrol.
it's closed with a zipper.
and our lovely pug is stiched on stripes.

size: about 20x40cm

at the moment i offer it without the inside pillow.
you can order it here, if you want:

http://www.yatego.com/der-trend-kommt/p,454bb8254f7fc,454731d2cae3f2_0,kisseninlett-f%C3%BCr-sofakissen-federn---daunen

it's german...sorry.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 18 Feb 2014 | 8:15 pm

On the plus and minus side - Jason Limon for Tinymeat by tinymeat

16.00 USD

There's a good and bad side to every wallet, but it all depends on what you think good or bad is. For most, the good side would store your I.D., which allows you entrance into the local disco and to buy beer and cigarettes for the party afterward. The good side might also hold a steamy photo of your hot babe or that frequent sandwich buyer punch-card. On the bad side of the wallet might be the junk you never want to see, but for some reason feel you must hang on to. Like that old speeding ticket that you never paid any attention to or the receipt for the cream that cleared up your mysterious rash. Whatever it is, fill this wallet with all your stuff - good or bad!

Jason Limón was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He first showed his artistic expression at a fairly young age doodling characters and sceneries inspired by his bustling neighborhood and surroundings. He studied fine arts and graphic design at the Visual Arts & Technology Center at San Antonio College and entered the field of commercial graphic design in 1995 acquiring comprehensive knowledge of type, color and composition. Following twelve years of commitment to producing award winning logos and designs he then turned his focus and concentration to where his heart truly began: developing artwork by hand and brush, no longer by the clicks of a mouse. He is currently creating gallery work and commercial illustrations, some of which can be seen in Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, American Illustration, Print Regional Design and Graphis.

Our new artist series wallets feature images on both the inside and out. Twice the art for twice the fun. Super shiny and durable thick vinyl outside with our signature crosshatch vinyl on the inside. There's is a large pocket for your moolah and 4 pockets for your ID and credit cards.

Size is 3.75 x 4.25 inches closed

Give as a gift or treat yo'self without breakin' the bank!

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 13 Feb 2014 | 12:37 am

10 Round Cufflink Cuff Link Backs Blanks Plate MC83 by NancysGem

8.49 USD

Material: Metal
Size: approx. 16 mm
Condition: 100% new
Weight: approx. 43 g
Quantity: 10 pcs

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 6 Jan 2014 | 10:32 am

Racernine - Kristian Donaldson for Tinymeat by tinymeat

16.00 USD

This motomama is part Emma Peel, part Aeon Flux and ALL business.

Dallas Texas based illustrator Kristian Donaldson's work has graced the pages of comics such as DMZ, Supermarket and Fallen Angel. He has published works from DC/Vertigo, Image and Marvel Comics.

See more of Kristian's amazing work at
http://prodigalnine.com/


Our artist series wallets are the best and feature swanky images on the inside and out. Twice the art for twice the fun. Super shiny and durable thick vinyl outside with our signature crosshatch vinyl on the inside. There's is a large pocket for your moolah and 4 pockets for your ID and credit cards.

Size is 3.75 x 4.25 inches closed

Give as a gift or treat yo'self without breakin' the bank!


We combine shipping on multiple orders.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 9 Oct 2013 | 8:47 pm

Men's Necktie Mini Chevron Ties by MeandMatilda

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One Mini Chevron Men's Necktie in your choice of color

Custom ties for special occasions or everyday wear.
Hand-made in the USA
100% Cotton

Colors Available:
Rust/Cream
Navy Blue/Cream
Gray Tone on Tone

You will receive one Everyday Necktie™

Each tie is hand cut and print placement will vary.

Matching bowties, suspenders, hair accessories, sashes and belts are also available. Please inquire.

Order a matching boy's necktie here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/114673009/boys-necktie-mini-chevron-ties-for

This item is custom made to order. You can read about production and shipping times here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeandMatilda/policy

We offer a wide selection of colors and prints. Take a moment to browse the shop here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MeandMatilda?ref=si_shop

Visit us at www.meandmatilda.etsy.com to shop by color or print.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 15 Sep 2012 | 12:26 pm

RESERVED FOR FRANCISCA Budweiser Beer Ski Sweater Knit Rare Authentic 1970's Unisex by ScoutsHandmade

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NOW 60% OFF!!
**This is NOT some Urban Outfitters rip-off!! This is a heavyweight, warm 100% acrylic knit and the Genuine real thing *****


Super rare collector's item! authentic Budweiser knit beer sweater in mens size SMALL!! In great condition, some slight piling on the surface, but nothing that can't be fixed with a little lint brush or fuzz remover. No holes or stains and comes from a smoke free home :) In the close up of the front you can see some darker spots in the white, but that is actually just the dark blue thread color showing through from underneath- genuine knit!

100% thick acrylic knit (great for those like myself who suffer from wool allergies) and SUPER WARM!

Design knit into both front and back with the word "GENUINE" down both sleeves. And genuine it is indeed! These are really hard to find, and even harder in any size that's not an XXXXXL.
The color is truer to the last photos (not on model)- had to lighten the other photos a bit because I didn't have flash! ha.

FYI: Want to see an amazing collection of beer sweaters to make you drool? Check here and prepare to have your mind blown! I'm so jealous of this collection!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/36098170@N06/sets/72157614893458116/


Cheers!

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 15 Jul 2012 | 12:14 pm

Jantzen Snowflake Sweater Men's Vintage by MellySueVintage

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This sweater is in excellent condition. Though it is a men's sweater, it could easily be worn by either a man or woman. It would look great with jeans and boots! Here's the details:

Label: Jantzen
Size: Large, men's
Material: appears to be acrylic- it can be washed and dried
Chest: 22" lying flat
Length: 27" neck to hem

Please contact me if you have any questions!

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 11 May 2012 | 10:57 pm

E63 New Cufflinks Letter H Typewriter Key Photo Steampunk Monogram Initial FREE Worldwide Shipping by noveltycufflinks

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One pair of new cufflinks made of silvertone base metal featuring a novelty photo inlay as shown in the photo. The cufflink setting is made of brass. The tops of the cufflinks measure 3/4 inch in diameter and the total finished weight of the cufflinks is approximately 1/2 ounce. The photo has been printed on premium photo paper and is protected by a thin plastic film overlay.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 5 Feb 2012 | 5:23 am

Octopus Tie Clip/Bar - Gift For Him, Men, Dude by AllureByU

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A unique tie clip, created with a brushed finish silver tone alligator bar tie clip that is adorned with a silver tone octopus with genuine red Swarovski crystal. Easily opens and closes securely on your tie.

Tie bar measures approximately 1/4" wide x 1 3/4" long.

Lightweight and fun to wear.

Thank you for visiting AllureByU.

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 23 Nov 2011 | 3:51 pm

SALE Vintage 1960s Sweater : 60s 70s Novelty Mens Sweater by RaleighVintage

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Lightweight orlon acrylic knit.
Classic crewneck styling.
Interesting images including the grim reaper, a stork, perhaps Charon, angels(?), stars, etc.
I'm not sure exactly what these images are meant to portray, but this line of clothing was made for the outrageous, cool, and hip counter-culture crowd in the very late 1960s/early 1970s. From a 1970s "Expressions by Campus" ad:
The wildest of The Wild Life.
An imaginative bag of right-on things to wrap around a body.
Colorful. Rebellious. Daring.
And like that.

Label: Expressions by Campus
Best fits: XL (see measurements)
Circa: late 1960s/early 1970s
Condition: overall very good; light color bleed

Measurements:
Shoulders: 40"
Chest: 46"
Hips: 39"
Length: 21"
Arm length: 23"

Please dont' hesitate to convo us if you need more information or photos.

See our other men's vintage items here
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RaleighVintage?section_id=6625826

Also check us out on
www.twitter.com/raleighvintage
www.facebook.com/raleighvintage

Source: Items recently added to cottonabuse's favorites | 14 Jul 2011 | 3:57 pm

Vintage Wooden Scrabble Cufflinks by tartanmiss

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I've made fab Scrabble tile cufflinks by gluing genuine vintage wooden Scrabble tiles to silver plated cufflink bases.

I have all letters of the alphabet available (except J). Please check with me before ordering just to ensure I still have the letter(s) you want in stock and so I know which letter you require : )

These letters in particular are from a Scrabble set that was manufactured in July 1972.

An usual and quirky gift, or a great way to brighten up your day at the office.

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26th birthday present for my little brother

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Heinz ketchup

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Painting

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From the earth to the moon

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Idea for something quickly sketched onto a post it note

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Unhappy mac

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Source: Lemon Good | 10 Jan 2010 | 11:30 am

wxWidgets on OS X...

Using the latest version from SVN... it doesn't work out of the box. Here are some notes (once I've got all this working I'll submit TRAC bugs or something similar to wxWidgets...)
  1. I can't use `wx-config --cppflags` in xcode for cpp flags. So I need to do it manually. Maybe xcode has a workaround instead of using execution quotes....
  2. wx-config returns a __WX_MAC__ define, a build then results in an #error No Target defined. It turns out now with the cocoa split, WX_MAC is no longer used, instead I need to manually set the target to be __WXOSX_COCOA__ (or _CARBON or _IPHONE etc). Maybe wx-config needs updating...
It builds! Lets see if it works...
Source: Tootle Games | 22 Dec 2009 | 4:11 pm

Merry Xmas

We wish all of the Tootle chaps and chapesses out there a very merry xmas and happy new year! Tootle
Source: Tootle Games | 21 Dec 2009 | 7:29 am

Cake? Snow Way!

About a year ago we released our first application onto the appstore. That application was Snow Way To Draw, a doodling app come snow globe, and to celebrate it’s one year anniversary I baked a cake: This one took longer than the Seaman Count cake due to me suffering a cold the day after I [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 8 Dec 2009 | 3:30 am

Ickle Count free for a day!

Today our application Ickle Count is available for free for a day. That’s right folks FREE for a full 24 HOURS ONLY. Why we hear you cry, when it is such a damn fine app, definitely worthy of it’s meager $1 price tag? Well it’s part of the Appvent Calendar for Christmas where you can get a free [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 5 Nov 2009 | 6:43 am

Girls like Seamen?

Seaman Count is a welcomed addition for anyone who appreciates a challenge to the senses. This deep sea game will test your mind in ways that you’ve never fathomed possible. – appgirlreviews.com Late last week a review of Seaman Count popped up on AppGirlReviews. It got a thoroughly spunktastic 7 out of 10 stars which [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 29 Oct 2009 | 6:56 pm

Eat my cake

After last weeks reviews I decided it was about time to make a celebratory cake for our Seaman Count release… even if it is about two months overdue. And here it is, or was rather seeing as it’s all gone now! (Sorry G, next time I’ll post you some if there aren’t any postal strikes [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 23 Oct 2009 | 2:12 pm

Reviews schmews, scores schmores

Earlier this week we had our first ‘proper’ review, i.e. not one of our mates, for Seaman Count, published by the good fellows at WePlayiPhone. We weren’t expecting much considering Seaman Count is quite a small casual game but it appears to have been quite well received and obtained a respectable ‘C’ grade. Devilishly [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 16 Oct 2009 | 9:23 am

Mac my game up… just an Ickle

Earlier in the week we received an email from Apple saying that our submission of Ickle Count had been delayed. This was an onymous sign as we had had a similar email before when Seaman Count was in submission. That ended up with us waiting for a month with no further info before eventually we removed [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 13 Oct 2009 | 11:50 am

Who has the largest Seaman Count?

Want to know who has the largest Seaman Count? Well now you can! Seaman Count Scores This will show you the top 10 scores along with a map using AGON’s online widget system, so if you’ve got Seaman Count already check out where you rank and if not then you can get it from the [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 8 Oct 2009 | 3:42 am

Seaman Count v1.1 Released

Seaman Count v1.1 is now available for download from the iTunes Appstore! This update features the following: Fix for the slow down over time issue General bug fixes General performance improvements Score boards using Agon online. This will provide online and offline score boards Performance related feedback We have also changed the difficulty slightly to make it a bit easier initially [...]
Source: Tootle Games | 29 Sep 2009 | 3:18 am

Ickle Count Submitted

When we were doing focus testing for our Seaman Count iPhone game we obtained quite a bit of feedback suggesting that it would be great for kids and to help them count, but it would have to be more ‘child friendly’. Taking this feedback on board, we recently submitted Ickle Count, a more colourful, [...]
Source: Lemon Good | 7 Sep 2009 | 12:19 pm

Slack.

Well it didn't take long before the daily updates stopped. I'm busy packing up my house, throwing away my crap rather than working.
After wrestling with the iPhone http connection code I got it downloading files with stability. The cocoa framework code was threaded too, and I had only quickly put the code together for synchronous connections. I've expanded the system so after creating a connection you start a Download() or Upload() with an url (which obviously we can adapt for other protocols) which creates a task with a TBinaryTree which contains data being sent, URI information, error codes, and then on success will have the returned HTTP data -which will be exclusivly XML-. We poll the connection with our task ref to get the current status (False,Wait,True) and the data on the task and wait for the thread to finish.

Now that that was working on both formats (same fish test as before of course) I added uploading data via multi-part form posts. This wasn't too much trouble using Curl... I never realised how poorly thrown together some of the HTTP protocols are! The use of an arbrtitry string to seperate fields seems a little daft to me, and doesn't really impose any error checking for half-submitted forms IMO. But anyway, it's a 20 year old standard so I guess the world has coped.

Anyway, data gets uploaded as hex strings - a little ineffecient, but reliable, easily translatable back to binary,  readable so good for debugging - as they're UTF8 compatbile and so good for XML and Form data. Each branch of the Upload data we supplied to Upload() gets put into a different form-part. The PHP code simply enumerates through the POST variables, and converts the form part name (Ref) and the form part data from Hex back into binary for whatever data we require; Ref, String, Data, integers etc. The whole system is essentially templated from setting up the upload data all the way through to the PHP code which now has the $_POST variable as an equivilent binary tree.

I'm now working on the database interaction code on the web side to store the match asset's data in the database and return some relevant data.

This can then all be re-used in the same way to get a list of matches applicable to one user name[ref] returned in an XML format which we can parse, or just to fetch the latest asset from the server of a particular match.
Source: Lemon Good | 2 Sep 2009 | 1:16 pm

Embiggen day N

After wrestling mostly with NSConnection and an Objective-c learning curve, I've got the file-downloading code down to a wierd bad_access crash and stopped work on that to spend the rest of the afternoon on Embiggen features.

The next task was to do something with the words (and points) now that we've calculated them. To aid this I've setup player information; A list of players in the match, and arbritary data on the player. The data on the players contains a player ref (a global unique identifier) an avatar texture ref, a current score and a list of letters in the players rack.

I setup the gui to display the avatar, name and score. It also currently colours the active player red so we know who's playing. Upon pressing play, it calculates the words generated by the current player, verifies everything is okay (although I've not done spell checking yet), burns the players tiles into the board, adds the points to the players score.

It then saves the match asset which contains the board, (which contains tiles, letter pool), players and active player. Due to the way the engine works this is easily serialised into an asset. Now we have an asset we can/will send that asset up to the web, where some PHP will write it back to the database, do notifications etc and wait for the next player to make their move and submit the next board.

All simple data-orientated changes, but it does mean it turns into much more of a game now that we handle multiple players and save/load the board :)


Next task is back to sorting out the IPod web-connection, THEN I can do the PC and IPod web-sending code, then I'll sort out the server side PHP scripts and database to save our match and make it accessible world wide!
Target to finish by the end of the week may be reachable :) (Although I need to start packing for my move to Manchester next week)
Source: Lemon Good | 1 Sep 2009 | 9:05 pm

Embiggen day five

All day doing apple network code. 2am now. Quickly added word detection. Bed time.

Source: Lemon Good | 31 Aug 2009 | 5:48 pm

Thank you curl, Thurl.

Today was a bit of engine work. (Not a bank holiday as some other people here in the UK seem think, too wet!)
For Embiggen we will need to fetch some data from the web. Namely, from a database which stores all our matches (and user profiles). A simple PHP script can convert the required match database row into some XML and pump it out - specifically into our asset XML format - and we can download it, convert it to binary asset data and load it in-game. Shimples!
Anyway, the UIKit in the iPhone SDK provides us with some functionality to do this for us (NSURLConnection) so we need a solution in windows to replicate this for easier testing. (and maybe for us on the Wii or Mac or whatever else we might port to)

I looked through a few open source projects, libs etc before settling on LibCurl which seems to do everything we require in a nice simple, supported, threadsafe, documented, active open source package. After some initial linking trouble with unresolved externals all starting with __imp__ I had a look through the example .vcproj for some pre-processor defines which sure enough I missed out on. Got it all going, setup a simple asynchronous base connection class (TLNetwork::TConnection), setup a new TestApp example which shows one texture asset on the left and another on the right. I uploaded a compiled .asset file to the web (Which is freely availible to download if you're curious, although it's binary data rather than XML representation, I'll show an example of that when it's ready)
Everything seemed to be setup nicely but when the internal thread was cleaned up I kept getting some corruption in the heap. I started looking into CRT issues and conflicts and found a full rebuild of an all debug build of the app didn't corrupt the heap. I setup all our projects to use Debug MT CRT but was still getting an occasional crash. I overloaded all the LibCurl memory allocation functions to use our own memory allocation functions which I can track much more easily. The remaining crash seemed more consistent (Instead of random crashes), looking further into it an asset kept being overwritten and corrupted... I stepped through the code and it turned out I was corrupting one of my assets myself, turning a c-pointer into a smart pointer and then releasing it, Oops.
Now I'm a little unsure if the change in the memory allocations, or the CRT changes were neccessary. Nevermind, it works!
The image is the file download test app. The image on the left is local, the image on the right is downloaded, converted and then set. Not the most exciting screenshot :)

I've put together an IPod/IPhone version, but untested. Now that this is stable I can see if it works on the iPhone and get back to game stuff :)
Source: Lemon Good | 30 Aug 2009 | 1:52 pm

Embiggen day three

I'm half way through day three now and I can concentrate a bit further as I have all day to myself (bar cat-feeding).

I've added a rack to place tiles on now. The tiles on the rack come from the board's pool of letters (currently just 3 of every character). Tiles can be moved to the board and back and rearranged in the rack itself, all very nice and stable, and again, data driven. The rack places are datums inside my main GUI SVG. As are my buttons, these are extremley simple code wise, I have a datum specifying where the click should be detected and in the code I create a TWidgetButton assigned to that datum which just sends an command back to the game when it's clicked, thanks to the fantastic engine I don't need to worry about interface stuff much at all :)

The text on the buttons required a tiny bit more work, the GUI's scheme specifies text nodes which use smaller datums on the button to dictate the position of the "play"/"back"/"undo" text. Again, out of code and just means when we come to translate there are no texture or code changes.

My next task is a jump out of the Embiggen code for a while as I setup the all important (and important for Rocket) code to fetch and send files across http.

On first inspection libCurl seems like an adequate, stable, popular and open source library for me to use on win32 (and later the wii...) which mimicks apple's NSConnection classes which I'll be using on the iPod. Should be quite simple to write some platform indepedent interfaces to get/put files across HTTP which means I can send the current Match state asset as XML up to the server for PHP to process and stick in a database and reverse of that to download the current Match XML and turn back into an asset :)

All going well and nice and quick development so far! :)
Source: Lemon Good | 30 Aug 2009 | 1:40 pm

Embiggen day 2

Day two was about an hour of work while I had lunch on saturday :)


Just finished the tile-drag code which dropped the tiles onto the board and worked out a local position which translates to an integer grid x/y position. If the new grid xy is empty, the dragged tile is delete and the grid entry is reset and render node is recreated. Once a tile is dragged (from wherever) it becomes detatched and a bit disposable so we are relying on the widget code to get a Mouse-Up style message to drop the node somewhere.


Also changed the colour scheme a little. These are hard-coded colours at the moment and the tile is a simple transparent + white PNG. All ready for themes!
Source: Lemon Good | 30 Aug 2009 | 1:40 pm

A game in a week? ish?

I've been playing far too much Words With Friends lately (add me - SoylentGraham - if you want a challenge) and have come across various limitations and changes, additional rule options etc that I and others want, as well as additional games to play. Minesweeper, boggle, erm, more will come to me I'm sure.

After the first few hours, I have a dynamically sized grid, tile render nodes which I can drag around and the board and tile data is serialisable into a TBinaryTree, all ready for saving to an asset or upload/download. The Tiles themselves are an SVG, which is texture mapped to a tile PNG which is a simple white tile with transparent rounded edges. The tiles with letters are coloured green and 2 text render nodes are rendered on top; one for the letter, one for the number. A little OTT but it does mean I can use any font, align & scale the letter and point number by datums in the SVG too. All the visual stuff is nice and out of the code :) This will also make animating the letters, tiles, colours etc all much easier too.

Next step will be to make the dragging of the nodes a bit more functional and actually change the board's data.
Source: Lemon Good | 24 Aug 2009 | 10:13 am

Followup: Broken inherited rotations

Problem fixed, nothing terrible in the engine design thankfully, nor was there any errors in the math, the quaternion code was just overwriting itself as it calculated the new components.

I quickly expanded the thumbstick demo in our test app to add a child arrow and a second thumbstick, THEN I actually looked into the quaternion code (rather than just the Transform code as I did before) and noticed the mistake. Hindsight is great, getting half my Sunday back would be better :P



The next part of the game to finish off is the trigger linking in the editor and then maybe implement some proper particle system effects as a reward to myself :)
Source: Lemon Good | 24 Aug 2009 | 8:42 am

Broken inherited rotations

Progress on RocketMan is going swimmingly, a much more organised editor is in place; The engine-side scheme/graph editor has been split into modes (it's a state machine) and the overloaded game editor now instigates a menu for handling the different modes.

Once that and the in-game menu had been all converted to asset-based systems I wanted to cut out a part of redundant code on the player. Previously we only had 1 shape per physics node so the collision sensor on the hoover nozzle -which determined when to suck up a node- was a seperate physics object. Now this can be placed directly on the player and remove the superfolous physics node on the player.
Setup was simple, although requires an extra transform [let's assume... everyframe] now to convert the datum representing the nozzle on the hoover render node [this is a child as it requires a different rotation] up the tree to be in the same space as the main player, this was easy enough... but it appears there is a problem with the world transform on our child node, argh!
I've confirmed this by rendering ALL nodes with their calculated world transform instead of local offsets and it definately rotates incorrectly in this case...
Root -> Rotated Object -> Rotated Child
The child's rotation seems to be magnified by the rotation on the parent object, when the parent is at 0-degree's everything is fine. The more it is rotated the more we quickly end up with "quaternion wrap" (I made this term up) where the radians wrap past 2PI and we just get wrong angles.

I would just revert the code back to the old state, but I think the issue is in the engine's transform system and just not noticed before.

 
In the image, the magenta circle (Physics node's shape) is the nozzle datum which I have manually calculated (to put it in the correct local space). The hoover itself, and the datums (white outline spheres) are rotated incorrectly and the one at the furthest extent should be in the same place as the magenta 


Setting up a test case in the test app :(
Source: Lemon Good | 24 Aug 2009 | 8:38 am

Introduction

I enjoy coding, I do it a lot. Although I document my work internally (comments) I don't actually document what I am producing, techniques I use, issues I come across etc, so I rarely review anything outside of an IDE, offline if you will.

A lot of what I do could be useful to others, amaetuer and expert alike so in the interest of creating discussion, documenting my days and ego worship I am going to write here on blogger. Although I might not publish much literal code all the theory shouild be explained and source code is only really useful for copy+paste situations anyway and none of this should be language restrictive.

Really I should have done this 14 months ago when I quit full time work, but never mind :)

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Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 5 Jun 2012 | 6:43 pm

puxxle – tribute collection

We all have heros, but even more there are people that we admire.
The Puxxle Tribute is dedicated to the people WE admire!

The puxxle is a puzzle of 2x2cm vinyl adhesive pixels that one can stick on various types of surface. Pixel by pixel,
you can discover the characters we propose or if you are of the brave kind, create your own.

more in puxxle.yoyo.es

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 5 Jun 2012 | 1:23 pm

Melted Ice Cream Truck Installation

The Glue Society used the popularity of the classic ice cream truck for their ‘Melting Ice Cream Truck’ installation seen here. Check out more photos of the Melted Ice Cream Truck HERE!


via HiConsumption


Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 5 Jun 2012 | 1:19 pm

Texture Virus



My visual acuity has just been dominated by Corinne Wright's ridiculously-detailed textured doodles. It is as if, like a virus, each line is slowly overpowering and devouring the landscape they occupy.

Well played Corinne, well played.







Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 5 Jun 2012 | 11:12 am

June Silkscreen of the Month

June silkscreen of the month.  Screened by Melissa Dowell.  BUY HERE

June silkscreen of the month.  Screened by Melissa Dowell.  BUY HERE

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 5 Jun 2012 | 11:07 am

Allan Gorman

"Star and Stirrup"  2012  Oil on Linen  48" x 48"

"Patek"  2011  Oil on Panel  18" x 18"

"Rolex-15 Jewels"  2011  Oil on Panel  18" x 18"

"Twin Lights"  2012  Oil on Linen  36" x 36"

"Big Silver"  2011  Oil on Canvas  36" x 48"

Allan Gorman is a busy man. I've been getting emails from him for awhile now promoting various shows he's in all over the country. Maybe one of these days, one of them will be in my neck of the woods. He's realist, with a penchant for hard angles, technology and shiny surfaces. He has a long series of truck paintings that are well executed, but had always struck me as just an extension of the vast photo-realist car art world. Nothing wrong with that. Some of those guys are incredible. I guess it just isn't my bag. Still, I liked the way he focused in on details, on odd sections creating abstract designs. But his latest series really sold me. It's of the tiny inner workings of clocks and watches. He crops in tight so that the shape of the devices are lost. All we see are the enigmatic wheels, and clicking ticking bits that whir and stir in our imaginations conjuring up mankind's leap into both the enlightenment and industrialization. Now that we are firmly in a post-industrial world and enlightenment thinking seems occluded by pessimism and doubt, these images resonate with a kind of marvelous nostalgia. Such watches have been supplanted in usefulness by LED and LCD displays and quartz crystal timing. Those advances in technology however hold no spell over us. Perhaps the manner in which they work is just too remote, too difficult for most of us to grasp. We don't really understand all the intricacies of a mechanical clock either but we get the gist. And marvel. Allan Gorman has captured a bit of what it means to marvel. And that deserves a thank you.
You can see more at his website: www.allangorman.com

And if you happen to be in the Cleveland Area, or Chicago, or Rehoboth Beach, Delaware this summer you might go see the real thing.
Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 8 May 2012 | 2:03 pm

Might as well

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 8 May 2012 | 5:03 am

Is this really a drawing?

Amazing, amazing! Pencil and graphite drawings on paper by Paul Lung. Most are done at A2 size (16.5 x 23.4 inches). They’re so realistic!

More Drawings

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 29 Apr 2012 | 5:00 pm

Mind Boggling Anamorphic Art by Felice Varini

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Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who is one of the undisputed specialists in anamorphosis. Anamorphosis is the art of creating the illusion of a flat geometrical shape superimposed over a three dimensional object. Viewed from the correct perspective, it will seem as if these shapes are floating in mid-air. Step away from the perfect spot and the illusion crumbles, all the viewer would see are fragmented shapes. Varini has been doing this sort of mind boggling art for the last thirty-some years.

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Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 29 Apr 2012 | 2:58 pm

Space Sheep Invaders Sweater

Space “Sheep Invaders” knitwear sweater by Monsieur Lacenaire.

More Space “Sheep Invaders” knitwear sweater photos and info here.

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 25 Apr 2012 | 7:40 pm





Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 23 Apr 2012 | 7:32 am

Valentino Fialdini: LEGO

For his latest project titled "LEGO", Brazilian artist Valentino Fialdini created a series photographs of bright and colorful rooms and corridors. With the sun streaming through windows and shadows cast on the walls, it almost seems as if you're looking at real rooms, but a closer look reveals that these sterile architectural spaces are, in fact, miniatures built with LEGO bricks and photographed by the artist himself. "Nothing is out of place in these architectures made of plastic, the spectator is the central character of these spaces based on Reinassance perspective.

Find out more about Valentino's work here.

via [My Modern Met]

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 23 Apr 2012 | 6:09 am

The Most Versatile Woman To Ever Live



This half-drawn-lady in the hands of David Jablow, led to pages of pages of creativity and insane doodle greatness. On an old novelty pad, David found the above half-drawn prompt with the simple words: Do it yourself. Doodler.

So incredibly uncomplicated, but within that simple constraint David went off and drew some incredible themes of most anything you can imagine, like the inside of a spaceship to the rings of a wrestling match.

It's now a 48-page book. Love it.









Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 18 Apr 2012 | 12:29 pm

The Ramones, Not an oldies group



The Ramones, Not an oldies group

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 17 Apr 2012 | 8:17 pm

Paintings by Gregory Thielker

Photorealistic paintings of water by Gregory Thielker, who lives in Delhi and Washington, DC.

More paintings here

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 17 Apr 2012 | 1:28 pm

Dear Me

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 17 Apr 2012 | 1:03 pm

Leaf Carving Art by Lorenzo Duran

Incredible art is always a good thing, but artwork backed by a cause is a great thing. We are no stranger to the leaf carving works of Lorenzo Duran, but this time around the artist created a new collection with powerful message.  Duran was hired by the Plant For The Planet for an ad campaign to show the leaf’s ability to absorb CO2. View all the photos of the Leaf Carvings here!

View all the photos of the Leaf Carvings here!

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 17 Apr 2012 | 12:56 pm

CampStove USB Charger by BioLite

BioLite solves both problems of being “connected” and keeping you fed during your camping excursion, all the while remaining off the grid with their newly designed BioLite Campstove and USB Charger. This ingenious device can charge your iPhone while cooking you a hot meal simultaneously running directly off sticks gather from the floor. Check out more photos and info on the BioLite CampStove here!

Check out more photos and info on the BioLite CampStove here!

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 17 Apr 2012 | 12:54 pm

Limited Edition Tokidoki Singapore Wingchair

The chair is based in bright pink with illustrations from Tokidoki’s Simone Legno covering the entire piece. There will only be 33 limited edition pieces made to order in the UK, all of which are equipped with a faux suede upper paired with kiln dried hardwood birch and beech frames. View more photos of the Tokidoki Wingchair here!

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 16 Apr 2012 | 6:23 pm

Mean to harm you…

Source: grahamgrahamreeves' shared items in Google Reader | 16 Apr 2012 | 2:37 pm

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