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Affinity Designer

By Serif Labs (Serif (Europe) Ltd.)
Supported Devices : Mac OS

Release Notes

02/12/2016 | Version : 1.5.4 | Size : 245.9 MB
Added support for the new MacBook Pro's Touch Bar
Introduced 32bit document format and OCIO support
Miscellaneous improvements and fixes

Other recently added features and improvements:
- Symbols. Create multiple instances of an object and edit any of them in realtime with changes reflected in all instances
- Text Styles
- Assets Panel. Store commonly used design elements and drag them onto your documents
- Constraints. Specify how your design elements should interact and construct mockups which change size dynamically
- Colour Picker Tool
- Improved Export Persona
- Improved Snapping with automatic gap & span snapping and geometry snapping
- Measurement tool
- Improved PSD/PDF/SVG compatibility
- Automatically generate a palette from an image

17/11/2016 | Version : 1.5.3 | Size : 244.8 MB
Added support for the new MacBook Pro's Touch Bar
Introduced 32bit document format and OCIO support
Miscellaneous improvements and fixes

Other recently added features and improvements:
- Symbols. Create multiple instances of an object and edit any of them in realtime with changes reflected in all instances
- Text Styles
- Assets Panel. Store commonly used design elements and drag them onto your documents
- Constraints. Specify how your design elements should interact and construct mockups which change size dynamically
- Colour Picker Tool
- Improved Export Persona
- Improved Snapping with automatic gap & span snapping and geometry snapping
- Measurement tool
- Improved PSD/PDF/SVG compatibility
- Automatically generate a palette from an image

02/11/2016 | Version : 1.5.1 | Size : 242.0 MB
- Symbols. Create multiple instances of an object and edit any of them in realtime with changes reflected in all instances
- Text Styles
- Assets Panel. Store commonly used design elements and drag them onto your documents
- Constraints. Specify how your design elements should interact and construct mockups which change size dynamically
- Colour Picker Tool
- Improved Export Persona
- Improved Snapping with automatic gap & span snapping and geometry snapping
- Measurement tool
- Improved PSD/PDF/SVG compatibility
- Automatically generate a palette from an image
- Numerous other fixes and improvements

Description

** Apple Design Award Winner 2015 **

Professional Graphic Design Software for the Mac.
Affinity Designer is the fastest, smoothest, most precise vector graphic design software available. Whether you’re working on graphics for marketing materials, websites, icons, UI design or just like creating cool concept art, Affinity Designer will revolutionize how you work.

It takes full advantage of macOS technologies such as OpenGL, Grand Central Dispatch, Core Graphics and is fully optimized for 64-bit and multi-core processors to squeeze every ounce of available performance from your hardware – so it’s seriously fast. Whether it’s a 100 megapixel image or the most complex vector drawing with thousands of curves, you still pan and zoom at 60fps, move objects in correct z-order and see live views of all adjustments, brushes and effects as you’re working with no compromise.

Experience the best PSD import engine out there – making it easy to collaborate with other creative professionals. Along with support for PSD, PDF, SVG, AI (PDF Stream), Freehand and EPS files you get all the flexibility you need so whether you switch to Affinity Designer for all your work, or just elements of what you do, it’s completely painless.

With professional color model support, full 16-bit per channel editing, real-time pixel preview, image slices, masks, adjustment layers and tablet support, Affinity Designer is a serious tool for creative professionals.

Real-time performance
• Panning and zooming is always live at 60fps
• Live gradients, transforms, effects and adjustments
• Optimized for documents of any complexity, zoom to over 1,000,000% for absolute precision
• Live pixel and retina view of vector artwork, wireframe view, split screen mode
• Seamless switching between tools and editing modes for frustration-free design

Perfect color and output
• Professional CMYK, LAB, RGB and Grayscale color models
• Full 16-bit per channel editing
• End-to-end ICC color management
• Advanced Lanczos 3 image resampling plus Bicubic, Bilinear and Nearest Neighbor methods

Truly multi-discipline
• Rock solid vector tools that work just the way you want them to
• Live effects, blend modes, image adjustments, and raster and vector masks for any part of your design
• Use the strengths of vector and raster behaviors for the best of both worlds
• The best pen tool, node tool, curve editing, geometry operations, and smart shape tools available
• Flexible text handling including comprehensive support for OpenType
• High quality raster tools for texturing, masking and finishing artwork. Create your own brushes too.
• Optimized workspaces give focus to design disciplines including web graphics, UI/UX, print, and concept art

Rankings

Overall :
#5 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#9 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#1 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Graphics & Design]
#1 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Graphics & Design]

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Category

Productivity , Graphics & Design


Comments and Ratings for Affinity Designer

Best Design Software (1.5.4)
27/01/2017 01:06:00 5/5 By malvernsoul
Well engineered product from a UK company and probably last a lifetime. No subscription or prohibitive license fees. Recent design awards speak for themselves. Easy to learn at own pace. Good to see Windows version on roadmap

One Page Only (1.5.4)
26/01/2017 09:18:00 4/5 By Magee99
I used to use the fantastic Page Plus on a PC, but now use Affinity Designer on my mac. It is easy to use, very intuitive and has lots of great functions. It is easy to use to create artwork for export to print ready PDF (with bleed, crop and calibration marks), or other file types. My one complaint is that you can only create a 1 page document - so for front and back you need two files (which is ok) but if you are dealing with a booklet, this program isn’t for you.

Well made, well thought out (1.5.4)
23/01/2017 14:16:00 5/5 By SkyMook
What a lovely app. Nice help. Easy to use, but powerful the more you dig down. Takes the pain out of vector. I am not a designer, but I do need to make diagrams, and screen mockups. Worth every penny.

Superb Vector & BMP Graphics App (1.5.4)
07/01/2017 04:14:00 5/5 By Aceholecole
After years of working with Adobe Products, I tried out Affinity Photo, and was amazed at the breadth of the app. When Affinity Designer was released, I invested in this and have not been disappointed. This App is intuitive, easy to learn, has excellent video instruction, can easily transfer between Photo & Designer, has all of the professional tools that should be expected, and the tools and output formats are all there. Easy to learn, responsive and with the latest update including 360d, I can see that this app will be the go to. How they do this at the price I do not know, 2 months equivalent subscription to Adobe, and you have the power to do what you need, and free updates. I can only say that this is absolutely brilliant as is and I cannot wait for the updates and improvements. Excellent work from the Serif team.

Looks Good But I find it a bit unstable (1.5.4)
28/12/2016 13:47:00 3/5 By Copper Eye
OK - I have been subscribing to Adobe CC and I find that I mainly use Lightroom and Photoshop as Im a Photographer. I have used InDesign for designing Wedding Albums but I have now got specialist software from my album supplier. I do a little webdesign (based on wordpress) so I dip in and out of Illustrator. I don’t use Muse or Dreamweaver. I was looking for a replacement to Illustrator so was really keen to look at this. There was an offer on for £29.99 so I thought why not it could save me more that that in one month! The software: 1, looks good 2, has a learning curve as you would expect if you use Illustrator 3, is quick However I had some custom buttons to develop and I found that the software kept crashing and I had to start again this happened a few times and I have decided to go back to Illustrator. If it fails on gradients what chance is there for the rest

Fast learning curve (1.5.4)
04/12/2016 09:34:00 5/5 By ricadus
I bought this last year, as I was working on a book wiith a production deadline looming. The publisher had originally supplied a dozen maps for a travel book that I was designing page layouts for, but I wasn’t happy with their quality and I wanted something that integrated much better with the style of the pages I was creating. There wasn’t time (or budget) to commission someone else to redraw the maps so I took a chance a bought Affinity Designer because although I have Adobe Illustrator as part of a Creative Suite package I find it somewhat awkward and time consuming to use. I was really immpressed how quickly I picked up AD (basically from zero) and I completed the redrawn maps without affecting the rest of the workflow schedule. I ended up outputting certain elements as separate files and reassembling these within the InDesign page layout file, so that the colours and tint values could be controlled directly by the InDesign document and avoid any risk of colour mismatches or creation of spot colour layers in the final repro PDF. I just wish I had bought this 6 months earlier when I was working on a travel guide book that has loads of sketch maps in it, as I’m sure AD could have made a better job of them than what we ended up with.

Best vector app (1.5.4)
29/11/2016 12:06:00 5/5 By dr-pop
I am seriously impressed by the fantasticly ease of use, comprehensive list of features, fast and efficient performance, and the stability of this app. To think that such an early version had all this boggled my mind, and things have gone from strength to strength with each subsequent version. When you compare it to the alternatives, such as Sketch or Illustrator, for me Affinity Designer is much better and easier to use in a whole host of ways. And it’s getting regular updates—at a much faster rate than the competitiors. It’s my understanding that some of the development team came from Xara, where they worked on its Studio/X series of products, and it shows. There is so much thought put into this app and the developers remain active and in communication with users through their web forum. This is the best vector app on Mac OS X—by quite some way!

A convincing Illustrator alternative (1.5.4)
28/11/2016 10:48:00 5/5 By adamgcharles
Overall I’ve found this software very pleasing to use, and as my title suggests is looking to be a viable alternative to Illustrator. Performance is good, many Illustrator keyboard shortcuts and I have used it for a number of print ads with the export to pdf function. I’m not using it exclusively - hence my use of the term alternative rather than replacement, but I’m more than happy with my purchase. It is a remarkable price for some extremely well produced professional software. Serif have done an absolutely fantastic job. If I were to have one criticism I would echo a previous poster and say that I find the creation of clipping mask to be rather fiddly compared to Illustrator. That niggle aside - great software, great price, I would have no hesitation recommending Affinity Designer.

Program crashes when trying to export! (1.5.3)
23/11/2016 10:51:00 5/5 By PaulStancel
The program is great. But i’m still having an issue with exporting, the program just crashes. This is ridiculous as i’ve got a client waiting for a design and I can’t export it!

A good Adobe Illustrator replacement, in need of some added features (1.5.1)
02/11/2016 18:07:00 4/5 By chrisholden84
A worthwhile and promising vector graphics program that is coming along well, there are some compromises to be had, but these can be worked around and it really is becoming a true Adobe Illustrator replacement, and really unbeatable for the price. A few things I would like to see refined or added in future… 1) The selection, separation and segmentation of line strokes is long-winded and fiddly. With Illustrator you add an anchor point and can select and delete mid-sections of line strokes with ease. In Designer you must add the anchor point, select both anchor points around the segment you wish to remove, split the curve, select the line segment that requires deleting and delete it. It’s just a bit fiddly and way too many steps 2) Creating a clipping mask is confusing and time consuming requiring the selction of layers, dragging layers onto eachother, merging layers and then applying a clipping mask. It should be a matter of placing the clipping mask onto of the objects that require clipping, select all, apply clipping mask, simple. But it’s anything but. 3) Line guides (as you draw) - When drawing a line stroke, Illustrator throws up a guide to show you the projection of the line to be drawn, before it is placed, its a immensely helpful feature to have, rather than place the anchor point/line blindly and then adjusting the line position afterwards. 4) Locked Guides - The ability to lock the guides on an artboard so that the text and images around can be moved freely without interfering with the movement of the guides. It’s too difficult to work around guides all the time and chasing them back into their correct positions. It’s also irritating to have the guides disappear when an artboard is not selected, or you are working on an element outside of an active artboard. Why not introduce lockable guide “layers” allowing a user to lock a guide layer, and even add multiple guide layers in different colours, which should work independant of every artboard. 5) Vector patterns - Once you know how to use Designer's bitmap patterns this Vector patterns become less important, Designer uses repeating images to create patterns, it means that the overall file size remains small and the pattern is easily rotated and scaled, but the pattern image can be grainy and lacks detail. It would be nice to have the option of creating Vector patterns for those who require crisp detailed scaleable pattern swatches. 6) Better snapping - The snapping needs to be better and more decisive, it’s currently too complicated and should really be applied to the entire application preferences and not individual files. Once you’ve set your snapping preferences you want them apply to every file you open, not have to amend with each file that you open. 7) Arrowheads - The ability to add arrowheads to the end of line strokes would be nice With these additions the software really would be on par with Illustrator, and I hope that they are currently in the process of being added.

A good Adobe Illustrator replacement, but really in need of some important features (1.5.1)
20/10/2016 12:46:00 4/5 By chrisholden84
A worthwhile and promising vector graphics program that is coming along well, but there are some features missing holding the program back from being a true Adobe Illustrator replacement. I have listed the crucial additions in order of importance… 1) Anchor points with 1 handle - When creating a curve, it’s not necessary to have two anchor handles to dictate the projection of the curve in and out of every anchor point. A critical feature of Illustrator is to be able to create an anchor point with only 1 handle, allowing one line to be curved and the other to be dead straight in/out of an anchor point. I know that you can make one anchor handle smaller by returning it to the anchor point, but the 2nd anchor point still exists it’s a fiddly compromise for a feature that should be very easy to implement. 2) Line guides (as you draw) - When drawing a line stroke, Illustrator throws up a guide to show you the projection of the line to be drawn, before it is placed, its a immensely helpful feature to have, rather than place the anchor point/line blindly and then adjusting the line position afterwards. 3) Locked Guides - The ability to lock the guides on an artboard so that the text and images around can be moved freely without interfering with the movement of the guides. It’s too difficult to work around guides all the time and chasing them back into their correct positions. It’s also irritating to have the guides disappear when an artboard is not selected, or you are working on an element outside of an active artboard. Why not introduce lockable guide “layers” allowing a user to lock a guide layer, and even add multiple guide layers in different colours, which should work independant of every artboard. 4) Vector patterns - A crucial and critical ommission is the ability to create vector pattern swatches, which Adobe Illustrator implements very well. The ability to design your own vector patterns and multiply, replicate and amend pattern swatches is invaluable and should be high on the list of features to add in the very near future. At present, it’s limiting only to have flat colour and variations of flat colour as a fill swatch. 5) Better snapping - The snapping needs to be better and more decisive. 6) Arrowheads - The ability to add arrowheads to the end of line strokes With these additions the software really would be on par with Illustrator, and I hope that they are currently in the process of being added.

Stunning update, but... (1.5.1)
12/10/2016 15:14:00 4/5 By Leafywalks
With Symbols, Constraints and very useful Assets additions, Affinity Designer is growing into a truly special App. However, my one caveat is, having been waiting for over two years for items such as Blend/Replicate, a Knife tool, a B-Spline tool, a Mesh tool, a Measurement tool, a trace tool, I hope the wonderful developers of Affinity Designer pay attention to these very soon.

Simply brilliant (1.5.1)
11/10/2016 19:55:00 5/5 By Polyzoan
Just brilliant, I can say no more. An amateur, trying to learn - this is sublime.

First impressions, very, very good! (1.5.1)
11/10/2016 15:39:00 4/5 By R Eden
I was in the print and design industry for 16 years and, so, the industry standard applications were my go to tools for the trade (I think we all know the packages I’m talking about). Four years ago, however, I changed careers, but still find my experience and tools, from my last profession, a valuable asset to what I do now for producing things handy for my current work. Unfortunately my aging white MacBook gave up the ghost a few months ago which, thankfully, has given me an excuse to buy a new MacBook Air, but meant I was left with a dilemma of, ‘will my old packages still perform as expected on my new MacBook?’, and, ‘how much for a, now, subscription service to use the industry standard applications?!?!? Are they joking for the occasional user!?!’! But then I found Affinity Designer yesterday. And all was well. As, at last, after so many years of wanting a rival that I could actually afford off the bat, without having to save up for months/years to get, it seems someone has decided to stand up for the professionals and ex-professionals alike who still have a desire to carry on being creative in their own time, on their own machines and to a professional standard. And I thank them for it. And I applaud them for it. Ok, so it’’s not industry standard… …yet! (hence the four stars) But it is very, VERY close (better in some areas, actually) and it’s still early days in software terms. If you’ve used or still use the industry standard packages, I can say that a lot of the keyboard shortcuts are the same and you’ll find most all of the same features too (though it takes a few minutes to figure out where they are and how to perform them, but, hey, a small price to pay!) and there are other cool features to it too! It’s going to take some time to get used to performing some tasks and seeing what else it can do, but, for the first time, this is a package that I am prepared to do that with considering how easy I have found it to adapt to it (honestly, the jump really isn’t that big)! I, for one, am VERY happy. I have a package that I know will work on my new machine and system and one that is a virtual equivalent of what I am used to. And, after toying with Affinity Photo, I know what my next purchase will be from the App Store as it too is a virtual equivalent of the industry standard, but with some nice, less destructive, ways of performing common tasks. And I’m really looking forward to their next venture Affinity Publisher (guess what that does! Lol!). My only hope is that the company stick to these ideals and values of what they have clearly set out to do - professional standard tools at non professional (and, quite frankly, ludicrous) prices. Thank you Serif, please, please keep it going and please, please keep it affordable. And to all those reading, please at least try the trial versions and if you’re from a print and design professional background, I’m sure you will not be disappointed! To think, when they have released Affinity Publisher, £120 for a suite of packages is nothing compared to the many £100’s for the industry standards!

Serif, feel the love! (1.5)
06/10/2016 13:51:00 5/5 By Realitybud
This very fine example of Brit tradecraft is no freak accident - it reflects passionate respect for craft traditions dating all the way back to the Industrial Revolution. UK commercial art today is strong and vibrant primarily because its tradecraft foundations are cared for by people who aren’t interested in the usual dumbing down, simplistic formularisation and other degrading pressures of industrialisation and commercialisation. And as Serif have shown so admirably here there’s no need to bury the tradecraft in arcane, counter-intuitive, inspiration-stifling tricky mechanisms and awkward procedures. Affinity Designer keeps on getting better and yet continues to stand by the great tradecraft tradition - "Non manibus solum sed corde.” - Not with hands alone but with heart. Major props to you, Serif.

Great tutorials and fast learning curve (1.4.2)
16/09/2016 16:59:00 5/5 By topsin
I have the Adobe Suite and the learning curve was soo steep that I abandoned it and have been searching for a replacment ever since. This and Affinity Photo are so much easier to use and the tutorial videos are so helpful. And the best part, I don’t have to commit to the Adobe subscription model which helps the business but not the customer. Well done, Serif Labs. Would definitely recommend to anyone debating between this and Adobe products. I appreciate that Indesign and Illustrator afficiadanos might not agree but that’s okay.

Couldn’t really be better (1.4.2)
08/09/2016 21:12:00 5/5 By thermidorthelobster
I’ve been tempted with Designer for a long time, having been delighted by Photo. I wish I’d got it at £30 instead of £40, but even at the higher price, it’s a bargain. Despite not having used vector software for many years, it took me literally a few minutes (with a small amount of help from a video tutorial) to get up and running, and within 15 minutes it felt like I’d been familiar with it for years. Serif set the bar very high with their awesome Mac software. I can’t wait for the DTP package to come along.

Superb app (1.4.2)
24/08/2016 18:57:00 5/5 By AndyKanu
I downloaded this in frustration at Adobe Illustrator, which kept crashing and losing data when I was working. I figured for the price, it was a small gamble. I couldn’t be happier - this app is incredible, and has sped up my workflow and increased my graphic capabilities. It’s intuitive, lovely to use, and the forums and support are really top notch. All this for less than three months subscription to Adobe CC!

Wow, just wow (1.4.2)
15/06/2016 16:24:00 5/5 By 7411
I have been looking for a drawing/painting app which worked better than Photoshop 5 THIS is it. It has everything you could need - vector brushes, curve thing is great for making quick characters. Everything that you would find in Adobe products and MORE IT is EASY to learn and with plently of FREE TUTORIALS to get you started in English (many in British or Aus English) - THEY go through EACH stage to show you what you need to know so you come away having learnt something - not speed painting stuff on YouTube in Japanese - MANY companies could learn from this. I checked out the tutorials BEFORE I bought it as I have Manga Studio but can’t find any decent tutorials in English or with decent sound. I had never used the app before but today via tuition videos I made a pirate cartoon - easy, simple, and fun. Most of the tutorials from Serif are in ‘bite’ sizes no long boring videos.

Solid SVG Workflow (1.4.1)
11/06/2016 16:01:00 5/5 By MarkBTomlinson
Ver 1.4.1 The program started off very well and set a high bar to keep aiming at and I have to say it achieves it with each release. It is for me the best way to edit and create SVG files on the Mac period. It is fast nice looking and solid in use. The only thing I wish is it was available on Windows too and that is coming soon. For vector art this really is a great and price beating software tool. Update: 1.1.2 The software is becomming more and more useful as I find out more that it can do. I would recomend looking for their tutorials as they really demonstrate some of the power of this amazing program. Not an Illustrator replacement for professional users yet maybe, but for the rest of us it does everything I need and at a price that makes Illustrator look ridiculous. One of the main things I am looking for is a simple but solid workflow for PSD files containg shapes to export as SVG file which Photoshop sadly doesn’t support. I imported an old PSD vetored file and it was read perfectly and the export to SVG renders perfectly. This is reason enough for me. The UI is really nice and customisable you aren’t tied to the windowed interface shown in the images you can have the tradition floating ui too, which I prefer. First impressions are highly favourable and at this price I have to recommend it.

New For Me (1.4.1)
21/05/2016 14:32:00 4/5 By mbn-es
I’ve never tried a vector graphics program, so I thought for this price I should buy and find out. As an introduction, I love it and look forward to to the version 1.5 update.

A very decent vector drawing package (1.4.1)
20/05/2016 16:56:00 5/5 By MarkleNick
I agree with almost all of the positive reviews here. Just to add that this is not a great app for fomal diagrams such as flow-charts and organisation charts. This may come.

Worth much more than its price. (1.4.1)
09/04/2016 19:27:00 5/5 By ahadzeb
As a beginner UX/UI Designer, I spent a while looking for great Illustrator alternatives out there as I could not afford the monthly Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. When I found this, I was over joyed. I spent a while learning how to use it, reading reviews and watching videos before I settled with it. It’s been a few days since purchase and it’s safe to say, this has by far been the best purchase I have ever made on the Mac App Store.

Another Great App From Serif (1.4.1)
02/04/2016 12:12:00 5/5 By llllloyd
This app is brilliant, especially considering the price. Use instead of illustrator now.

Beware you will buy it! (1.4.1)
25/03/2016 17:56:00 5/5 By Kaktus Kat
Downloaded the trial version which met my immediate needs. After a few days use there was no way I wan’t going to purchase when the trial ended. This is a very slick and easy to learn drawing application. I’m no graphic artist but the quality of some of the images I’ve produced with this tool are (apologies for lack of modesty) oustanding.

Good PDF Editor (1.4.1)
24/03/2016 11:54:00 5/5 By Al Grasso
Fron time to time I need to make changes to some pdf documents by actually editing the original text. This feature is generally not available in low to medium costs PDF editor programs. I was about to order Adobe’s version at some 450 pounds when I saw Affinity Designer on the Apple store, a program I already have installed on my Macs. Voila, I opened the PDF in Affinity Designer, made the changes to the text by replacing words with the esact same font and the job was done in jiffy. Amazing solution and it has been on my Macs all this time without knowing the power of this program as a PDF editor. Let the WORLD know. I am going to buy another download of the same program for my Mac at another location. Well done Serif.

Getting more and more out of this (1.4.1)
12/03/2016 15:20:00 5/5 By Alien5UK
I have used Adobe products for years but now find myself turning to Affinity more and more. It is just so much easier to use, some excellent videos online for help when I need it. We now have two copies, one for home and family and one for work. The work copy is just starting to get used for new templates for our designs and I guess that is the key; all new templates start here and that has sealed the for other applications. My colleague is just starting to dabble in graphics and is enjoying every second. And I just realised how much fun I’m having. Working on templates for the company on a Saturday afternoon, that’s new. The price is good allowing us to buy more copies for other machines as we replace the old.

Affinity Designer (1.4.1)
27/02/2016 18:32:00 4/5 By Quercus Oak
I think this is great, my only comment is this, I don’t use ICLOUD, therefore I can’t download or view the featured samples, which all look fantastic. My request is as follows: Please could you give an option to download which ever featured sample you want via the App store.

Missing Tools. (1.4.1)
31/01/2016 12:51:00 3/5 By Mac-iGeek
Its a good peice of software but its missing some essensial tools that other software such as Fireworks or adobe cloud would have, would love see them added in future updates though.

Excellent and affordable tool! (1.4.1)
29/01/2016 14:33:00 5/5 By KD-iow
I’m a beginner to vector design and graphic illustration and didn’t want to pay the frankly prohibitive fees of Adobe Creative Cloud - this is an excellent alternative. It’s got a really engaging design screen and very handy video tutorials for beginners like me but it showcases some proessional and very sophisticed standards of art work that are a great aspirational tool. I’m hooked already.


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