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Default Very specialized business card holder

One of the artists at the Gallery N Gifts is Robert Hardy and he asked me to make a very custom folder for his unique business cards. His work is the most technically perfect landscapes I’ve seen in color. His inclusion of the Milky Way in his work is jaw dropping. These cards must’ve cost in $1-$2 each and they have a very odd shape. They open to display several of his images in very high resolution and color balance. I made him is holder out of paduak and finished it was for varnish because he likes the high-gloss finish. His work is printed on aluminum.
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