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Mario By Stefano Zannoni
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Mario By Stefano Zannoni
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Mario Calendar By Jacob Thompson
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A Self Mario made calendar (images are property of nintendo)
Artwork By Mario Carrizales By Mario Carrizales
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This is a collection of art pieces and drawings from 1997 to 2012.
Mario Zampedroni By Mario Zampedroni
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Biografia e catalogo delle opere del pittore contemporaneo Mario Zampedroni.
Daniel's Mario Gallery By Daniel Boone/ Wayne Williams
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Gallery Of Mario Picture calendar created by Daniel Boone
Super Mario Brothers 2 By Phillip McCollam
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One of my finest game reviews! Written in 1989, this book offers an evocative look at one of the most beloved side-scrollers of its day, Super Mario Brothers 2! Written and illustrated by Phillip... More > McCollam.< Less
The Architecture and the Ambient by Mario Botta By Markus Breitschmid
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First time English translation of Mario Botta's essay Architettura e ambiente [Architecture and the Ambient]. The book includes an epilogue and biographical information written by Markus Breitschmid.... More > Translation of the essay by Alice Francesconi and Marianna Galbusera with the assistance of Markus Breitschmid.< Less
Mario Trejo: Catharsis By Bruno David Gallery Publications
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54 page fully illustrated color catalogue of Mario Trejo's exhibition at Bruno David Gallery. Essay by Hannah Piper Burns. (Softcover, March 2009)
SAN MARIO ISLAND - Preview By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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Frank Henderson was surprised to learn that his old war buddy Mario Sisconi, eldest son of a New York City mafia family, had named him principal heir of his estate when he died Mario had lived... More > quietly during his retiring years on a small private island in the Caribbean Sea. Frank was even more surprised when he arrived at St. Thomas Island to pick up Mario’s sailboat, only to learn that other members of Mario’s mob had their own ideas about who was entitled to Mario’s bounty. Followed out to Mario’s island by the mobsters, Frank soon found himself in captivity, subjected to the cruelest forms of torture as Mario’s former cohorts tried to force him to reveal secrets he did not know.< Less