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Art Deco Reproductions, Inc.: Financial Analysis

The first proposal is issuing the new shares to publics at $38, but right now the commission fee is $3, and the market price is $39, but the investment banker believe that the price will drop to $38 and the commission fee is $2 per share subscribed. To capitalize exact millions dollar, Art Deco reproductions need to issue 556,000 new shares in total. And the stock price will drop slightly. And the company need to pay the investment banker $1 , 112,000 for the commission fees. There are some advantages selling shares to public. The stock price will not drop so much, compare with others proposal. The less new shares issued, the less share dilution, and one member of the Board...

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Art Deco movement and description

Art Deco by grandparents 'Art Deco' was an art movement that flourished through the sass's and sass's. The decade opened up an extensive variety of original and distinctive styles and still remains to be the foundation of 'an era so rich and so remote that at times it seems to belong to the unfathomable domain of dreams (Coated, n. D). ' Art Deco was a necessity at the time, due to the economic crisis and war. Society needed pop color and creative, eccentric designs to brighten up the dull life they were living. People deed to Escape reality and drown in a world completely unlike their own. Freethinking and creativeness was embraced, not frowned upon. It was revolutionary, the start of...

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Art Deco Movement – What is Art Deco

Paul Iribe acknowledged artist, journalist, fashion illustrator and designer deemed as a pioneer of the Art Deco movement. It was through his originality he was able to gain an international reputation, which was through designing the layout Le Robes de Paul Poiret in 1908. Director and producer Cecil B. DeMille brought Iribe to Hollywood in 1920, where he was a well-recognised designer of fabrics, wallpaper, furniture and several costume designs of DeMille’s dramas. Iribe was recognized for his clean graphic line, jeweled-tone palette and his ability to produce exotic silhouettes through the main utilization of line, giving it a sense of naturalism. His designs portrayed naturalistic yet modernistic fashion illustration figures, which enjoyed life in relaxed arrangements. Thus represented elegance, functionality,...

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