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If Michelangelo Made Mistakes They'd Look Like This Liquid Paper Masterpiece

Video. YouTube's Draw with Jazza, also known as Josiah Brooks, is a talented artist who occasionally challenges himself to only work with random office supplies. For his latest piece he worked exclusively with Liquid Paper, a white, fast-drying paint once used to correct mistakes on an ancient device known as a typewriter. More »      
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