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  Title: Karim Rashid : I Want to Change the World 
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Karim Rashid is the best-known and most prolific young designer practicing in America today. On the brink of household-name celebrity, he is already a superstar among design aficionados. This, the first comprehensive book on his design, has been written and designed in collaboration with Rashid and includes essays by a handpicked, stellar list of contributors.
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Rated by nana from Brazil  (Date: 12/1/2003 6:39:00 AM)
Comments: beside his ego-trip, the important thing is that he??s doing design. We all know that??s a biiig difference between the idea of an object, and the same idea concluded. It??s all his merit.
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Rated by lara from lebanon  (Date: 4/7/2003 9:36:00 AM)
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Rated by robert ledingham from Unavailable  (Date: 4/4/2003 2:09:00 PM)
Comments: This guy thinks he can do everything
Title: Karim Rashid : I Want to Change the World
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Rated by Lana  from Albany NY  (Date: 3/7/2003 10:55:00 PM)
Comments: This is one of the biggest ego trips I've ever seen. No information on principles of design, just a lot of I Love Me.
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Rated by maria from edmonton  (Date: 11/5/2002 4:10:00 PM)
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