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Hirsute Rosenbaum

The artwork of Hirsute Rosenbaum consists of back hair and acrylic. His beret is the only item of clothing with less hair than him. Submitted by Gary Snoonian at Mobius Artrages party, on Saturday, November 21, 1998  

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John Culture Jammer Jr.

I am an invisible artist who travel at the speed of light. I interrupt the signals of mis-information put out by the mainstream media and twist it around into truths. Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by L.C. on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Jean Paul Sharken Spchock

You are far too inferior to comprehend the artwork of Jean Paul Sharken Spchock. His artwork is shaped like the waxing gibus or the hepatic flexure of your semi-colon depending on how you see it. Submitted by Rick at Mobius Artrages party, on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Zelda

Zelda’s artwork depends on the weather. If it’s bright and sunny, she tends to work with black and white with a camera-on other days-grey and overcast. Zelda uses red and purple and paints oon the street, and expresses herself in clothing. Submitted by Rachel at Mobius Artrages party, on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Norman

Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Matt on Saturday, November 21, 1998.

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Caplan

The Artwork of Caplan is Questionable. The beret is yellow.

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Lydia

Lydia was an exotic French Dancer who was known under the Streets of Grand Paris!

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