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Visiting "Slow Fox" in Gamla Stan, Stockholm
Sweden

Artist, designer and promoter Johan von Friedrichs in his office-workshop-museum in Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

Find more about him - http://www.slowfox.se

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Uploaded: 21/02/2011
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Tags: artist; studio; museum; workshop; stockholm; sweden
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