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Bob Haro

Bob Haro's wooden-inspired design of the CDJ-2000, with detailed etching.
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Bob Haro

Each designer finds a way to stamp his or her autograph on the respective piece.
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The Crystal Method

The Crystal Method's piano/guitar inspired design of the CDJ-2000.
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Jesse 'Dean' Graves

This Lego-inspired design by Jesse "Dean" Graves garnered the most attention at the DJ Art Mix Tour.
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Jesse 'Dean' Graves

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Ritzy Periwinkle

Ritzy went old school with this throwback to '90s hip-hop.
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Ritzy Periwinkle

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Joe Hahn

Joe Hahn (Linkin Park) went all industrial and funky with his piece.
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Joe Hahn

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Tommy Lee and DJ Aero

Tommy Lee and DJ Aero decided to take a more reserved and sleek approach to their design.
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George Thompson

Former graffiti artist turned graphic designer George Thompson takes a more ethereal approach to the painting of the canvas.
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Victor 'Marka27' Quinonez

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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Victor 'Marka27' Quinonez

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BT

BT says his inspiration for his piece was a sea anemone and clubbing...
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BT

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ROSTARR

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Man One

Urban muralist/artist Man One lends a bold and eye-popping approach to his design.
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Man One

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Steve Aoki and Dim Mak

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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