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Hello everybody,


I am visiting here to see what you guys think of our WebGL website www.flux.ooo


We are a start-up drink brand launching in 2017 and we're trying to do something different with our brand, to inspire everybody to fulfil their inner potential.


Any critique would be greatly appreciated and feel free to add your pixel too!


Kindest Regards,


L Smith

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