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“The whole project is designed to showcase the similarities and the differences, because they’re inseparable,” Caldwell says.

Artists JW Caldwell and Todd Duane Miller go 'Face 2 Face' at Cosmo's P3Studio

July 23rd, 2014

“The whole project is designed to showcase the similarities and the differences, because they’re inseparable,” Caldwell says.

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