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Busy Building Things First Collection

Busy Building Things is a new lifestyle brand for people who make stuff. Geared towards creatives

Busy Building Things is a new lifestyle brand for people who make stuff. Geared towards creatives such as bloggers, designers and developers, the brand has launched its inaugural collection. Featuring inspirational phrases and iconography emblazoned on everything from prints and art blocks to desktop wallpapers and stickers, the premier line of original art is available now through a Fab.com.

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