ISOLATION CHAMBER (2011)

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    1. Josuetrd 42 months ago | reply

      Apple love's :)

    2. María Digital 42 months ago | reply

      Fantástica toma!!!
      Éxitos en tu proyecto!!!
      Felicitaciones por el Explore!!!

    3. RPM-Photo 42 months ago | reply

      Great Image! Seen and enjoyed in Flickr Explore Interesting Photos.
      Congratulations on the Explore! Have a great day!

    4. MacPatrice 42 months ago | reply

      Magnifique! Vraiment.

    5. giorgosgrigoriadis16 42 months ago | reply

      very beautiful photograph !

    6. gotkube 42 months ago | reply

      Looks fantastic!

    7. alexwise 42 months ago | reply

      Great setup. Any details on what desk you're using?

    8. awarmlight 42 months ago | reply

      got any tips for rocking that dark wall color with no natural light?

    9. .:quagmire:. 42 months ago | reply

      btw, what shelving unit is that?

    10. Ballistic Photon 42 months ago | reply

      Might I ask what made you pick Grand Rapids over Chicago?

    11. Brad Gillette 42 months ago | reply

      A number of reasons, the main one being that I needed a full set of teeth's worth of crowns. Now that my teeth are done I'm working on making my way back to the Chicago.

    12. Ballistic Photon 42 months ago | reply

      That would do it.

      When you get back I'm buying you a beer or whatever it is goons do. :iiam:

    13. Brad Gillette 42 months ago | reply

      Next time I visit we can hit up Rush Street and find a cougar to provide me with food and shelter.

    14. Danorak1981 40 months ago | reply

      Wow. That is awesome...

    15. tristangunn1 4 months ago | reply

      Brad, I love the set up for this basement office. Could you tell me what color (and kind) of paint you used for the walls? It looks like a kind of dark gray, but I was hoping you could tell me the exact paint manufacturer and color. Thanks!

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