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Christmas Gift Guide

Bob Haro

Bob Haro

The Crystal Method

Jesse 'Dean' Graves

Jesse 'Dean' Graves

Ritzy Periwinkle

Ritzy Periwinkle

Joe Hahn

Joe Hahn

Tommy Lee and DJ Aero

George Thompson

Victor 'Marka27' Quinonez

Victor 'Marka27' Quinonez

BT

BT

ROSTARR

Man One

Man One

Steve Aoki and Dim Mak

Bob Haro's wooden-inspired design of the CDJ-2000, with detailed etching.
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Each designer finds a way to stamp his or her autograph on the respective piece.
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The Crystal Method's piano/guitar inspired design of the CDJ-2000.
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This Lego-inspired design by Jesse "Dean" Graves garnered the most attention at the DJ Art Mix Tour.
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Ritzy went old school with this throwback to '90s hip-hop.
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Joe Hahn (Linkin Park) went all industrial and funky with his piece.
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Tommy Lee and DJ Aero decided to take a more reserved and sleek approach to their design.
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Former graffiti artist turned graphic designer George Thompson takes a more ethereal approach to the painting of the canvas.
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Street artist and audio speaker designer Victor "Marka27" Quinonez gives a more tribal feel to his piece by using warmer colors infused with his mini-god moniker. The art is more on the (included) wooden canvas than on the CDJ-2000.
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BT says his inspiration for his piece was a sea anemone and clubbing...
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Urban muralist/artist Man One lends a bold and eye-popping approach to his design.
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With his hand in everything from music production to accessory design, Steve Aoki reminds us to have a slice and enjoy.
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