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A monochromatic fashion tale plays out in a four-fold Brutalist scene in a collaboration between Los Angeles-based filmmaker and photographer Eliot Lee Hazel—known for his mysterious and cinematic visuals for the likes of Thom Yorke and Beck—and creative director Petecia Le Fawnhawk. “In this film, imagery that is simultaneously epic and poetic combines to produce an intimate portrayal of a symbolic central figure,” says British-born Hazel.
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TEN FOLD develops ready-to-use, relocatable buildings and structures. They self-deploy and provide any combination of space and facilities. The pr ...
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