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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 2.23 am, Tuesday 11th July, 2006
Subject: Fwd: Dutch Preview
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Over the past year you may have noticed staff at Max A Rush Protography referring to the Netherlands rather more than you might have expected to expect. Some of you have listened to lengthy lectures listing the characteristics and virtues of the popular Ontbijtgen still-lifes of 17th century Holland, and a very select few have even been invited to peruse some of the fruit and wine-laden works in the Max A Rush Protography centennial jubilee paintings archive. Now at last Max A Rush Protography CEO Max A Rush is ready to begin ruthlessly promoting the protrait that this innocent research has been so slowly leading up to. At the heart of this protrait is its subject Mr Robert Wells, who has withstood the rigours of Max A Rush Protography's special projects many times before with only a little singeing at worst. On countless occasions he has provided his time, knowledge, possessions and flesh for the humble art of blackening film and paper, and yet never has the level of co-operation been so complete as in this supremely challenging Dutch project. For months he has allowed hair to grow unchecked upon chin and face, accumulating many centimetres in the hot London climate and never once reaching for scissors or harbouring nesting birds for a substantial fee. He has temporarily re-located costumes of a greater luxuriance and suitability than hoped for even by this demanding company, and where he has sought wisdom concerning points of uncertainty, he has always found it. Finally he has immobilised himself beneath lights of previously unattained power and resisted fidgeting, flailing or vibrating to an almost superhuman extent. Wherever the forces of the Max A Rush Protography marketing division choose to propel this protrait, let it be known to whom the credit is due. However the credit is also due to many of you and your contacts, so in the next few weeks the company will be sending out congratulatory promotional prostcards to all those that have assisted, provided assistance or simply been seen to assist. If any of you know of any individuals with a special interest in still-lifes, wine, Holland or any other aspect of the project, please don't hesitate to forward the image. A larger version will also be displayed on the company website (see below) in due course.



Robert Waters - Actor, Artist and Maker of Fine Damson Gin


In other promotional news, Max A Rush Protography head of music Max A Rush will be proforming later this month at Rada, and all of you in London who have not yet attended this event are encouraged to consent to show up just as much as those who have. The date is the 22nd July at Rada Bar on Malet Street. Details will be available at www.zoominout.co.uk

From all at Max A Rush Protography, may we wish you all a very professional July whether in this country or some other better one.



Head of marketing at the marketing division of Max A Rush Protography,
a marketing division of Max A Rush Protography
www.maxarush.com

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turpentinekiss_
User: turpentinekiss_
Date: 9.36 am, Tuesday 11th July, 2006 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Nice photo Rob, I have set you as my desktop background for the day! I may very well come and see you at Rada as I'l be in london for a preformance by my sisters theatre company that day.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters: Dutch Face
User: weaselspoon
Date: 11.44 am, Tuesday 11th July, 2006 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Keyword:Dutch Face
Yay! Smug boy!

Actually, it's Max that is performing at RADA. That will be the last night of my show in Angel (more to follow in next post).
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