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monster hunt 585 Movie News: See the New Monster by Shreks Designer, Plus: Oliver Stone Is Making an Edward Snowden Movie

Monster Hunt: Will this friendly-looking creature be the next Shrek? Raman Hui certainly hopes so. Hui, the character designer for Shrek and co-director of Shrek the Third, unveiled the design for his latest creation, Woba, who will star in Monster Hunt, due out in Asia in February 2015. The live-action project is a family-friendly fantasy about Woba, who seeks to bring… Continue reading Movie News: See the New 'Monster' by 'Shrek''s Designer, Plus: Oliver Stone Is Making an Edward Snowden Movie

Founder & Creative Director of Maud in Sydney, his studio was Australia’s most awarded design business in 2013

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David Park Designer David Park to head Design Lotus & Print Craft Lotus jury at Adfest 2014

Adfest has announced that David Park, Founder & Creative Director of Maud in Sydney, will be Jury President of Design Lotus and Print Craft Lotus at the 2014 Adfest Lotus Awards. Maud was Australia’s most awarded design business in… Continue reading Designer David Park to head Design Lotus & Print Craft Lotus jury at Adfest 2014

From racist remarks to same-sex make out sessions, controversial reality star Brandi Glanville claims she’s the only reason The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills  is still on the air!

Although she has received plenty of backlash this season, mother-of-two Glanville has no regrets.

“They pay me the big bucks to be an a—hole,” she said on her Podcast One show of her Bravo gig, adding that the point of these show is to stir up drama.

“Honestly… Continue reading Too Big For Her Beverly Hills Designer Boots? Brandi Glanville Claims There Would Be No ‘RHOBH’ Without Her

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01/24/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

laptop 600x450 Six Ways to Score Designer Goods for Way LessGetty

It’s never been easy for a regular girl with a small paycheck to call a Chanel quilted handbag or a pair of Christian Louboutins her own, considering both of the items cost more than a month’s rent in N.Y.C.

But luckily, there is now a way to