The "office freaks quiz":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/blog/2008/07/09/office-freaks-quiz wasn't all that easy it has to be said. As well as some of the usual office suspects there are some new faces thrown in there...
The office freaks quiz wasn’t all that easy it has to be said. As well as some of the usual office suspects there are some new faces thrown in there…
So who were the culprits this time?
Monster A was the glorious synergy of Lene, creator of some of the badass graphic design you see, and tawan, the Fonz of the programming world.
Freakshow B is the coming together of me, ca-ro and _ka__, darling of product design.
Picture C is the Frankenstein of the notorious pan_dre, and programming head honcho, Peter.
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