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slides Jeff Sheng: Don't Ask, Don't Tell  
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Tristan and Zeke. Honolulu, Hawaii. 2010.

Tristan and Zeke. Honolulu, Hawaii. 2010.


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Jeff Sheng's website includes galleries of his work, more information about the artist--including information about upcoming projects--and contact information. sells Sheng's books Don't Ask, Don't Tell Volume 1 and Don't Ask, Don't Tell Volume II.
Sheng is represented by the Kaycee Olsen Gallery in Los Angeles.

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