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Eltwan - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Music Production
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3.5
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$20
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Eltwan L Patterson 3914 Lockwood Toledo, Ohio 43612 Tel: (419) 984-3949 Cell: (419) 984-3949 emiliano12355@gmail.com OBJECTIVE To build a long-term career in Graphic Design with opportunities for career growth. While keeping up with the cutting edge of Design, I will use my skills in the best possible way to achieve the company's goals, simultaneously enhancing my professional skills...
Toledo, Ohio, United States

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