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February 15, 2014 12:00 AM

Revving up design from the scrap heap

With her distinctive red mane, Shasta Smith has attracted a worldwide audience for her design firm, The Vintage Monkey. This month, her work will be showcased during a New York launch party for a new cable channel, FYI, devoted to creative design.

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