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The Strange Brain of Joan Duru

by on Monday 17th June, 2013   10808 Visits   Comments

In another celebration of mental calibration, Joan Duru from Bayonne, France, becomes the latest feature of Volcom’s ‘Strange Brains’.

The Strange Brain series state, “It’s not a competition of who’s on the weirdest mission. It’s just a celebration of your mental calibration. Wavelengths flutter like a bird that’s stuck in butter. Feeling gray matter with a stack of cruddy clutter”... ain’t it just the case.

 

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