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Reading "The Hobbit" Search Thorin Paperblog Pick in Culture

Reading "The Hobbit" In Search Of Thorin

It's time to wrap up for cast and crew lead by Peter Jackson in New Zealand, for a few of them to present The Hobbit first movie at San Diego Comic-con 2012 , and it's rather... Read more

Chewing Sculpture Paperblog Pick in Culture

Chewing Gum Sculpture

A huge sculpture that captures a figure in a show of victory incorporates the efforts of over 3000 students along with a rather unorthodox medium. Chewing gum was used to create... Read more

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