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Cellar Door or Serendipity? I side with language experts and choose the latter.


The title of this post is in reference to linguists believing that cellar door is the most  euphonious phrase in the English language and the general public disagreeing and voting that serendipity is nicer-sounding.

Today I went out with Marc Charbs to shoot a photo set that I’ve chosen to call Pugilist. Below are a few of the shots from the shoot – I hope you enjoy.

I haven’t forgotten about my promise of providing guerrilla marketing opportunities, those will come with the next post.

Happy Thanksgiving Day, Canadian visitors.

- Steven





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    [...] If you are the proud owner of an establishment with a public-facing surface that already has graffiti on it and you feel like one more piece can’t hurt and feel like promoting my site, I have shared below the DIY stencil featured in the series with Marc Charbs. [...]