My name is Lauren Giansante.
I am a graphic designer.
www.ellegiansante.com

I am wrapped in a world where the creative is parallel to the everyday and growth is a euphoric journey.

I am easily inspired, enlightened, and engulfed.

I love design, typography, art, color, music, cooking, exploring, listening, learning, and being kind to those around me.

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16th October 2013

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Confetti Studio

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Confetti Studio

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16th October 2013

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14th October 2013

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13th October 2013

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13th October 2013

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9th October 2013

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6th October 2013

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6th October 2013

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The Wythe Hotel Brooklyn

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The Wythe Hotel Brooklyn

29th September 2013

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MUSIC: Julio Bashmore ft. Jessie Ware – Peppermint
Jessie Ware continues to collaborate with only the best and brightest of British artists (Disclosure, Sampha, SBTRKT etc), working again with Julio Bashmore, who produced and co-wrote “Running,” “110%,” and “Sweet Talk” off her debut album Devotion.

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MUSIC: Julio Bashmore ft. Jessie Ware – Peppermint

Jessie Ware continues to collaborate with only the best and brightest of British artists (Disclosure, Sampha, SBTRKT etc), working again with Julio Bashmore, who produced and co-wrote “Running,” “110%,” and “Sweet Talk” off her debut album Devotion.

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17th July 2013

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Desire is the foundation of all learning and you can only climb up the ladder of knowledge by desiring to learn.
14 ways to acquire knowledge – a timeless guide from 1936 (via explore-blog)

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