Image Library for Acoustic Artwork Panels
 
 
  CONTENTS
Theme 1 - Nature
Theme 2 - Abstract
Theme 3 - Urban / Architectural Art
Theme 4 - Travel / Landscapes
Theme 5 - Figurative Art
Theme 6 - Illustrations / Quirky

  Theme 1 - Nature

Natural Icons (x24 designs, portrait)
A series of photography capturing close up shots of natural icons, including acorns, poppy heads, pearly nautilus shells, sea stars, autumn leaves, pine cones and seed pods. The collection has an an earthy and calming colour palette, with golden & nutty browns, leafy greens, warm oranges and pearly tones.

















































Natural Icons (x10 designs, landscape)
A series of photography capturing close up shots of natural icons, including acorns, poppy heads, pearly nautilus shells, sea stars, autumn leaves, pine cones and seed pods. The collection has an an earthy and calming colour palette, with golden & nutty browns, leafy greens, warm oranges and pearly tones.





















Pure
Jason's photography is based upon looking at subjects from a different viewpoint. This range of abstract photography provides striking close up shots of nature. By artist and commercial photographer Jason Dodd, who exhibits his work in London and in Kent.








Blossoming
By artist Kaniez Abdi. Since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1998, where she studied Constructed Textile Design, Kaniez specialises in creating highly individual textiles using embroidery and digital printing techniques. Kaniez uses photography, taking pictures of nature and everyday happening, to develop ideas. Through the use of computer manipulation, she changes the original image size, colour and abstracting the image, making her work bold and graphic. She provides interior designers and architects with innovative textile design products which include Textile Art, Wall hangings, lampshades, wall lighting, digital prints and soft furnishings for site-specific projects such as hotels, restaurants, bars, corporate receptions and residential properties.










Flight Lines
By artist Kaniez Abdi. Since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1998, where she studied Constructed Textile Design, Kaniez specialises in creating highly individual textiles using embroidery and digital printing techniques. Kaniez uses photography, taking pictures of nature and everyday happening, to develop ideas. Through the use of computer manipulation, she changes the original image size, colour and abstracting the image, making her work bold and graphic. She provides interior designers and architects with innovative textile design products which include Textile Art, Wall hangings, lampshades, wall lighting, digital prints and soft furnishings for site-specific projects such as hotels, restaurants, bars, corporate receptions and residential properties.





Mono Nature
By artist Kaniez Abdi. Since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1998, where she studied Constructed Textile Design, Kaniez specialises in creating highly individual textiles using embroidery and digital printing techniques. Kaniez uses photography, taking pictures of nature and everyday happening, to develop ideas. Through the use of computer manipulation, she changes the original image size, colour and abstracting the image, making her work bold and graphic. She provides interior designers and architects with innovative textile design products which include Textile Art, Wall hangings, lampshades, wall lighting, digital prints and soft furnishings for site-specific projects such as hotels, restaurants, bars, corporate receptions and residential properties.











  Earth Stories (x8 designs, portrait)
Geological processes and Earth time are the main themes in Sue's work. Her images resonate. Fragments of time wrapped in accumulating layers, history unearthed by erosion.

Sue has long had a fascination with physical geography and maps. Having grown up in Cornwall, a place where there is a wealth of very different landscapes, she was immediately interested, fascinated and amazed, not just by its beauty but the stories the landscape has to tell. In 2001-2002, Sue participated in the MA Contemporary Visual Arts program at Falmouth College of Arts. She took this opportunity to explore her interest further, resulting in a collection of fabricated core samples titled 'Deposits'. These striking and unusual images were produced by taking close up photographs of these core samples she made during her MA. The outcome has been an original series of images titled 'Earth Stories'.

  Theme 2 - Abstract

Break Out
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"Break Out: Four coloured quarters, each quarter quartered again and again. Colour mutation jumps distinguish the regions as they break apart."

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.












DNA Weaving
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"DNA Weaving: Inspired by weaving, each 'thread' is a single colour defined by its 'dna'. As a horizontal thread crosses a vertical thread, the colours are bred together."

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.
















Floating (x12 designs, portrait or landscape)
A new striking collection of digital abstract art prints. Floating began as a series of photographs of car headlights taken from the top of a No 4 bus one rainy night in North London....

"Taking off my wet, steamy glasses I was transported into this fabulous myopic world of swirling colours and light.....this was the most fun Id had all day and I wanted to share the experience. I wanted to evoke the sensation rather than pin down an image. I tried deliberately losing digital information - reducing pixels, losing colour information. At what point would the viewer start to sense an image rather than observe or name it? At what point do you lose the need to know what it is?"

By artist Christine Wilkinson. Following a career as a camerawoman which spanned shooting music videos for MTV to documentary filming in Burma, Christine has developed a unique photographic style evocative of 60s psychedelia with a contemporary edge. She trained at London College of Printing (Foundation in Graphic Design); North East London Polytechnic (BA Hons Communication Design) and Middlesex University (Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Television).














Fragments
By artist Christine Wilkinson, digital box canvas (sized 50by152cm). Following a career as a camera woman which spanned shooting music videos for MTV to documentary filming in Burma, Christine has developed a unique photographic style evocative of 60s psychedelia with a contemporary edge. She trained at London College of Printing (Foundation in Graphic Design); North East London Polytechnic (BA Hons Communication Design) and Middlesex University (Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Television).





Generation Colour
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"Generation Colour: Four initial colours are crossed with each other (and themselves) to produce ten more. This process is repeated, each expanding generation exposing underlying structure in finer detail. 25 results arranged on each piece."

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.











Bright Lights
By artist Kaniez Abdi. Since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1998, where she studied Constructed Textile Design, Kaniez specialises in creating highly individual textiles using embroidery and digital printing techniques. Kaniez uses photography, taking pictures of nature and everyday happening, to develop ideas. Through the use of computer manipulation, she changes the original image size, colour and abstracting the image, making her work bold and graphic. She provides interior designers and architects with innovative textile design products which include Textile Art, Wall hangings, lampshades, wall lighting, digital prints and soft furnishings for site-specific projects such as hotels, restaurants, bars, corporate receptions and residential properties.




Graphic
A series of linear abstract prints that explore the relationships between colour, shape and scale. Compositions are developed over a number of works by switching colours and repositioning particular elements By artist Ian Taylor, qualified in graphic design in 1985 and has been a graphic designer ever since! He now exhibits some of his striking designs in shows in the UK.

Interaction
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"Interaction: A set of random colours, and a set of similar colours, produce plumes of interaction as they are crossed pairwise in each generation. 9 results arranged on each piece. "

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.








Nebulae
A limited edition series of abstract digital designs by contemporary multimedia artist L Szyszka. Artworks are created by mixing digital photography and graphic design. Images used are various natural stone textures, as well cracked paint on the walls and pavements. Then blended with digital design. Inspiration for creation to this abstracts coming from the power of the universe, colorful nebulas, cosmic gasses, galaxies and fractal geometry.










Neighbours (tall)
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"Neighbours: Two sets of similar colours, crossing with their neighbours, mix and reform as generations progress down. 10 results arranged side by side on each piece."

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.







Neighbours (long)
A limited edition series of highly visual designs by digital artist and programmer Robert Allison

"Neighbours: Two sets of similar colours, crossing with their neighbours, mix and reform as generations progress down. 10 results arranged side by side on each piece."

In Robert's work individual colours are defined as 'genetic sequences', realised digitally as a string of 1s and 0s. Each is a kind of 'creature', encoded by a binary DNA, but then expressed as the usual RGB or HSV colourmap values. Because of this representation, colours can be mutated and crossed with each other within the computer to form new variations. Oversized pixels, rastered onto the image plane, are used to record these colours as they are created.

Visualising these operations shows how richness and complexity can emerge from simple processes iterated to a massive scale. The potential of the purely computational, the mechanistic, is explored as it approaches the boundary with the natural, the tactile, the 'real'.

Each series investigates a different combination of techniques, rendered for effect. The pieces are randomly seeded, and are a unique result from the process they express. They are titled by their 'Unix timestamp' - the exact time of creation recorded as the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00 UTC 1st January 1970.








Uriel
A limited edition series of abstract digital designs by contemporary artist J Moss. Each design is intricately constructed to exploit psychological aspects of colour, form, and scale. This process, of intense activity and painstaking selection, leads ultimately to silence; to seductive, arresting surfaces that remain substantially ambiguous.

Born in London in 1982, Moss graduated in Fine Art Painting from Manchester School of Art in 2004 and has exhibited frequently since then, with Arup Ove, Greenroom and Brass Gallery in the UK and Less Is More Projects in Paris among others. His work has featured in The Independent and Culture Vulture online and has won awards from Harvey Nichols and HRC education sponsors.





Visual Encounters
A limited edition series of highly visual abstract digital designs by contemporary artist Simon Cooper.

"Colour is the secret key to my work. I have always been preoccupied by the language of colours. They have fascinated me, particularly computer binary colours. Using colour, line, shape, space, and composition, I am able to create unity and harmony in my work and to convey meaning and mood. Identifying colour relationships, different white textured papers or canvas are used to evoke emotional response.

I use my eyes more than my ears because of my deafness. I observe colour more vigilantly. A computer allows me to expand the restrictions of traditional creative techniques. Speed drastically alters our perception, and has pushed modern technology to extremes proclaiming a new aesthetic. Translating digital binary from computer to paper/canvas fills me with a sense of accomplishment and integrity and has proven a wonderful way of experimentation."


By deaf artist Simon Cooper, qualified in Fine Art at South East Essex College. He regularly exhibits some of his striking designs in shows in London and the South East.





Wireworks (portrait or landscape)

Based in central London, and with a background in graphic design and filmmaking, Christine uses photography to create inspired digital abstract art designs.

"It begins with a photograph or a fragment of a photograph. It could be anything but it needs to give a feel of what the finished piece might be about. It's a starting point, it's about play. I'll play with the image, these days usually in Photoshop. I don't have a finished idea…..it's a process, one thing leads to another, and during the process you'll stumble upon something, you'll have something that just happens, that you weren't expecting, and that in a sense gives you the feeling of what you were looking for in the beginning. It's something that you just found, unearthed."

Christine is inspired by photographers Wolfgang Tillmans, Uta Barth; artists Howard Hodgkin, David Hockney, Fiona Rae, Rebecca Salter; textile designers Orla Kiely, Margo Selby, Fiona Howard; graphic designers Neville Brody, Vaughan Oliver.

By artist Christine Wilkinson. Following a career as a camerawoman which spanned shooting music videos for MTV to documentary filming in Burma, Christine has developed a unique photographic style evocative of 60s psychedelia with a contemporary edge. She trained at London College of Printing (Foundation in Graphic Design); North East London Polytechnic (BA Hons Communication Design) and Middlesex University (Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Television).










  Theme 3 - Urban / Architectural Art

Urban Reflections (x13 designs, square format)
Brian Elwell’s urban reflections is inspired by the rapidly changing urban landscape of London and other cities. The intention is to convey the sense of excitement engendered by conditions of light, space, scale and reflection resulting from the changing urban environment.

Integral to the meaning of the work are the many different processes used in creating the images. Some of the techniques involved include stencilling, printing, erasing and glazing in order to build up a layered surface which encompasses both organic and geometrical elements. Computer-aided manipulation and recombination of images also provides a fertile technique generating new and unexpected ideas.

By artist Brian Elwell. Brian is qualified with a Diploma in Fine Art, MA in Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. His work continues to be exhibited throughout the UK in solo and joint shows, including Berkeley Square Gallery (London), Drury Lane Gallery (London), Montpelier Gallery (Cheltenham), Victoria Art Gallery (Bath), Morley Gallery (London) and Cornelius Gallery (Ross on Wye).




Cityscapes (x7 long designs)
A contemporary series of panoramic London cityscapes. Integral to the meaning of the work are the many different processes used in creating the images. Some of the techniques involved include stencilling, printing, erasing and glazing in order to build up a layered surface which encompasses both organic and geometrical elements. Computer-aided manipulation and recombination of images also provides a fertile technique generating new and unexpected ideas.

By artist Brian Elwell, printed digitally onto a canvas and stretched over a chunky box frame (Price Category TWO, dimensions 150by50cm). Brian is qualified with a Diploma in Fine Art, MA in Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. His work continues to be exhibited throughout the UK in solo and joint shows, including Berkeley Square Gallery (London), Drury Lane Gallery (London), Montpelier Gallery (Cheltenham), Victoria Art Gallery (Bath), Morley Gallery (London) and Cornelius Gallery (Ross on Wye).








Black'n'White (x20 photos, 14xlandscape & 6xportrait)
Capturing London's landmarks in classic black and white photography - producing striking and beautiful images of known locations within the capital.

By artists A Holland and L Watt. Recent exhibitions include "London-Paris-New York" at the Collyer-Bristow Gallery, London and "a view of London", Barbican, London.



















Abstract Architecture
A series of contemporary photography capturing stunning abstract views of many iconic buildings around the world, designed by renowned architects such as Lord Foster and Frank R Gehry. The artists style is all about looking at the shapes and details of buildings in an alternative way to create visually striking images as well as making people think about architecture in a different way. By Richard Foot, a UK based commercial photographer specialising in striking architectural images.













London Town (x15 photos, landscape)
Capturing London's landmarks in a unique contemporary light - producing striking and beautiful images that offer a fresh and modern perspective to familiar landmarks within the capital.

By artists A Holland and L Watt. Recent exhibitions include "London-Paris-New York" at the Collyer-Bristow Gallery, London and "a view of London", Barbican, London

















London Town (portrait designs)
Capturing London's landmarks in a unique contemporary light - producing striking and beautiful images that offer a fresh and modern perspective to familiar landmarks within the capital.

By artists A Holland and L Watt, framed and gallery mounted photographic art prints, individually printed by the artist, mounted and set within a contemporary matt black flat profile wooden frame (Price Category TWO, sized 80by60cm). Recent exhibitions include "London-Paris-New York" at the Collyer-Bristow Gallery, London and "a view of London", Barbican, London.





The Language of Windows (x19 photos, 12xportrait & 7xlandscape)
This fascinating series of photographic art is about London as seen through it's windows. Telling a story, in fact many stories, not in words, but in pictures. The language of windows gives the opportunity to look at everyday life from a different perspective. To stop for a moment to appreciate the diversity of people that makes up this mighty metropolis. Or just simply to enjoy the architectural beauty of a city reflected in glass.

By London based artist Peter Grosspersky. Peter's work covers a wide range of subjects, such as portrait, reportage, still life and fashion. He exhibits in UK, Germany and Switzerland and his images have been published in many magazines, including Marie Claire with the London College of Fashion.









Thames Views
Running through the heart of London, this new series of contemporary paintings capturing the changing reflections and views along the river Thames.

Integral to the meaning of the work are the many different processes used in creating the images. Some of the techniques involved include stencilling, printing, erasing and glazing in order to build up a layered surface which encompasses both organic and geometrical elements. Computer-aided manipulation and recombination of images also provides a fertile technique generating new and unexpected ideas.

By artist Brian Elwell. Brian is qualified with a Diploma in Fine Art, MA in Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. His work continues to be exhibited throughout the UK in solo and joint shows, including Berkeley Square Gallery (London), Drury Lane Gallery (London), Montpelier Gallery (Cheltenham), Victoria Art Gallery (Bath), Morley Gallery (London) and Cornelius Gallery (Ross on Wye).










  Theme 4 - Travel / Landscapes
 
Northern Lights
This stunning series of photography captures the "Northern Lights" in all it's beauty and mystery. For the artist, the project became a pilgrimage in search of an unpredictable, untameable & entirely natural phenomenon. It has proved to be a remarkable record of her personal encounter with creation's illusive artwork. By professional photographer, Hannah Timm, qualified with a degree in photography (Brighton University 2005) and exhibits her work widely including Crane Kalman Gallery (Brighton); The Affordable Art Fair (London); Grand Parade Gallery (Brighton).









Seaside Nostalgia
This series of photography is from Caroline's project called "Salty Chips, Peeling Paintwork & the Sound of the Sea". They are all shot in towns around the South East coast of England, portraying the British seaside in an endearing and nostalgic manner.

By artist Caroline Taylor, qualified with a GNVQ in Advanced Art & Design and a BA(Hons) in Photographic Arts. Recent events include The Association of Photographers (AOP) Gallery and ADi Project Space, London Group Show - 'Art in Mind - Part 8'

Morocco Magic
A beautiful series of paintings inspired by the rich landscapes and intriguing city medinas of Morocco. Expressive and uplifting use of warm African colours capture the magical spirit of Morocco. By artist Rachel Heaven, designs printed digitally onto a canvas. Rachel is an artist based in Nottingham who exhibits her collection of paintings across the UK.




  Theme 5 - Figurative Art
 
Personages (x5 designs, square format)
Brian Elwell’s colourful and imaginative paintings are the result of many years of searching to find an original and sustainable personal vision. A vision that will intrigue the viewer by virtue of the juxtaposition of surprising images, at once strange and yet familiar.

The "Personages" series of paintings "resulted from studies made of my own head reflected in shop windows. I felt as though they said something about my connectedness to the city - me as a part of it, and it as a part of me". The work stimulates questions of identity in todays society.

By artist Brian Elwell, printed digitally onto a canvas and stretched over a chunky box frame (Price Category TWO, sized 95by95cm). Brian is qualified with a Diploma in Fine Art, MA in Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. His work continues to be exhibited throughout the UK in solo and joint shows, including Berkeley Square Gallery (London), Drury Lane Gallery (London), Montpelier Gallery (Cheltenham), Victoria Art Gallery (Bath), Morley Gallery (London) and Cornelius Gallery (Ross on Wye).

  Theme 6 - Illustrations / Quirky
 
Whimsical
This original collection of illustrations bring a bold, colourful and whimsical feeling. The images are multi-layered and full of energy, with a quirky sense of humour and playfulness. By artist Louise Cunningham, ink and digital illustrations printed digitally onto a canvas. Qualified with BA (Hons) Degree in Illustration and a Post-graduate Diploma in Illustration, Louise exhibits here work at art shows and fairs across the UK.

Kitchen Kitsch
This collection of illustrations bring a bold and colourful look. The images are full of energy, with a nostalgic sense of playfulness. By artist Louise Cunningham, ink and digital illustrations printed digitally onto a canvas. Qualified with BA (Hons) Degree in Illustration and a Post-graduate Diploma in Illustration, Louise exhibits here work at art shows and fairs across the UK.

Paper Alligator
This collection brings you a bold, colourful mix of painted paper collage, acrylics and ink drawings, together with a sense of humour and playfulness. By artist Louise Cunningham, ink and digital illustrations printed digitally onto a canvas. Qualified with BA (Hons) Degree in Illustration and a Post-graduate Diploma in Illustration, Louise exhibits here work at art shows and fairs across the UK.




Day Dreams
This original range of art is by artist Laura Lopez. She cleverly plays with the traditional technique of engraving and etching delicately combined with digital artwork, creating uplifting and quirky designs.

Laura is from Madrid, now based in London. She is qualified from School of Art Architecture and Design, Leeds Metropolitan University and the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. Her work has been exhibited in many exhibitions across Europe, including “01,02,03” Leeds Metropolitan University Art Gallery, “Printexbo”, Bolonia, Berlin, London, “Miradas” Universidad Complutense de Madrid and “Colectiva de Grabado”, A Coruña.

Sharks in Custard
An original contemporary series of illustrations with a colourful wacky knock on life

By artist Bill Ledger, digital art illustration stretched over a deep profile box canvas (sized 91by91cm). Bill creates cartoon art for publishing, magazines, new media, advertising and TV. Clients include Disney Dreamworks, Penguin Books, Barclays and Virgin.

Bits'n'Bobs
Working with both traditional and digital techniques, Susannah draws inspiration from a wide range of subjects to create a diverse range of original modern photographic art. Her fascinating choice of subject and composition highlight both unexpectedly beautiful and amusing aspects of the world around us.

By artist Susannah Hubert. Her work has been exhibited in many solo and group shows, recent events include Islington Contemporary Art & Design Fair (March 2006) and Oxo Tower London (March 2007) Also featured in various publications, including Sunday Times 'Inside Out' magazine.



 
 
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