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Mathematics For Men

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14:15 PM | 2 May 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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Created by Esther Robinson & Suzie Moloney, Mathematics for Men is a guide based on the findings that men best retain info about scantly clad woman.

I can only apologise for not posting this work earlier. I saw it a while ago and, well, it's pretty awesome. It was almost the only piece that stood out to me amongst a large group of young creatives showing off their work (and the only piece that stood out for good reasons).

Created by Esther Robinson and Suzie Moloney, Mathematics for Men is, in their words:

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