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Mike Fallarme
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Photographer armed with over 18 years of ad agency experience working for top agencies with a solid background in strategic art direction and creative ideation.
Photographer armed with over 18 years of ad agency experience working for top agencies with a solid background in strategic art direction and creative ideation.

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"Train yourself to have vision, courage, and determination. These three things, to me, are very important. You have to work with people who have that, and at the same time, you have to have it, so that you can install it on people. You can excite them. You can show them you have a vision. You can show to them what they cannot see. At the same time, you should not have a fear of failure—this is what marketing is all about: fear of failure. Instead, you have to have courage. Courage not to fail, or courage, even, to fail! On top of it, you need to have determination to reach your objectives. Vision, courage, and determination will bring you where you want to go, but without them, it would be a miserable life." ~ Massimo Vignelli
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"Style is a byproduct of a person’s being. It reflects a way of thinking; behavioral patterns, attitudes and, above all, a culture… A person can be primitive and illiterate, but still have a lot of style, because style (or intellectual elegance) is the projection of a person’s intelligence. Lack of intelligence generates vulgarity. We could say that an object has style if the intelligence that generated it had style, had intellectual elegance. Very humble objects, like old tools, had the direct elegance generated by a culture sensitive to the requirements of that tool and its user. Style is the way things, ideas, attitudes take form. Style is the tangible aspect of intangible things." ~ Massimo Vignelli
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Words of wisdom from the man who saved more than 600 children  who were destined for Nazi death camps.
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The years teach much which the days never know.
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