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Design
Lighting design
Tobias Rylander (Conceptual and Lighting designer in the fields of music and fashion, as well for museum expositions, illumination of outdoor landmarks and commercials for television)[1] [2] [3] [4] [5][6][7][8] [9] [10]
Non-people
Lytegem desk lamp – high-intensity desk lamp that was designed by Michael Lax and manufactured by Lightolier as a direct competitor to the Tensor lamp and the Lampette during the 1960s and 1970s. A Lytegem desk lamp has been on display at the Museum of Modern Art since 1972. (Architect Magazine, Design Journal Mag, The Guardian, MIT Tech (PDF), MOMA)
not to be confused with other similarly named lighting systems sold by Lightolier
Furniture design
Non-people
Graphic design
People
Julien van Dorland - Dutch Graphic Designer, Artist and Young Entrepreneur [54] [55][56] [57] [58] [59] [60]
Non-people
Organizations
Other
Metal crafts
People
Non-people
Contemporary design
People
Non-people
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Set design
Andre Delfau - 20th century artist, costume and set designer[8].
Typography
People
Non-people
Film, radio and television
Requests for articles about film, radio and television are on a separate page, and should be added there.
Food, drink, and nutrition
People
Non-people
Organizations
(companies, restaurants, bars, websites, etc.)
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Other (non-people and non-organization)
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comment at October 2016: same as smoked meat?
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Internet and tech culture
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Literature
Requests for articles about literature and writer are on a separate page, and should be added there.
Kaizo trap - [654]
Media networks and organizations
Techspace Africa (TechSpace Africa is an independent online magazine that publishes daily in-depth stories on technology-related news. The technology-influenced website covers topics ranging from consumer gadgets to entertainment, gaming, and science. The website also reports on business-related to tech, technology news, analysis of emerging trends in tech, tech startups, and funding. This digital publication aims to provide you with daily coverage of technology news and reviews about smartphones, tablets, computers, games, accessories, apps, web services, and more.)([655])
Florida Politics (Florida Politics is an American, non-partisan political journalism medium, the flagship brand for Extensive Enterprises Media, a privately-held media company based in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.A. With a staff of full and part-time reporters, editors and others based throughout Florida, Florida Politics reports and publishes thousands of original news stories each year. The medium covers government operations, politics, elections, lobbying, Florida news media, and social and economic issues at the local and state levels, and at the national level for stories that have Florida focuses. Florida Politics also publishes political news from The Associated Press and the News Service of Florida. The news principally is published on the company’s [21]​https://floridapolitics.com​, available free to readers.
Game Attack (Game Attack is one of the most Subscribed Livestreaming channels on the internet, founded by Shaun Bolen and Craig Skistimas under the Rooster Teeth Brand, before later leaving their parent company and becoming an independent entertainment brand, as one of the Premier channels for Youtube Gaming, before moving to the Twitch Platform. Game Attack and it's hosts, Shaun Bolen, Greyson Watkins, Chase Sedate, and Wes Reinitz, specialize in providing entertainment for an older demographic, hosting live events, providing video game journalism, and creating live programming with guests such as Rooster Teeth, Kinda Funny, Ray Narvaez Jr, Bruce Greene, among others.) [656][657][658][659]
Culture Captures (Culture Captures is a media and marketing company. Focused on showcasing and curating the latest in music and pop culture. Culture Captures has been involved in marketing campaigns for artists such as Playboi Carti, Juice Wrld, Joyner Lucas, 21 Savage, Future, and more.) [660][661] [662]
QCode (QCODE is an audio production and podcasting company that has a slate of scripted, narrative stories featuring A-List talent). (​https://www.qcodemedia.com/​)

Dtube (DTube is a community powered video sharing platform where users vote on videos to reward creators, curators, influencers and viewers in cryptocurrency.) [663]
People
(https://www.balam.io) (Main Website) [771] (Tedxtalks video file about his work)
Aaron Bastani - Bastani (formerly known as Aaron Peters) is a notable British journalist and co-founder of Novara Media, a left-wing media organisation. He also popularised the term Fully Automated Luxury Communism and published a book of the same title with Verso Books. His written work has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian and Jacobin and he has been profiled in the Financial Times [772]. He has 92K twitter followers and regularly broadcasts to >154k YouTube subscribers.
Non-people
0–9
24hours - newspaper; founded and edited by P. J. Harston
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Metro Canada - newspaper; founded and edited by P. J. Harston
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Museums
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National or ethnic cultures
People
Non-people
Z-rod (Pictish symbol) - A Pictish symbol like the double-disc.
Performing arts
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Print media
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Recreation and hobbies
General
A–Z
Organizations
[894]
Games and toys
General
Please make sure that video games are entered in the "video games section" below
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People
Board games
Card games
Origins Award winners
1980
1981
1982
1983
The Civil War (board game) (Victory Games) [976]
1984
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Sorcerer's Scroll - Tori Berquist
1990
Wargamers Information – magazine, Rick Loomis
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Charles Roberts Award winners
2001
2002
2003
Ardennes '44
2004
Game design (non-video-games only)
Radio-controlled models
Manufacturers
Transmitters
Model cars
Circuits
Competitions
People
Role-playing games (tabletop, paper & dice, and LARP)
People
KN Obaugh - game writer and designer, published a setting free version of the cult classic Dogs_in_the_Vineyard with the approval of Vincent Baker
Non-people
Video games
Please request articles related to video games at Wikipedia:WikiProject Video games/Requests, not here.
Surrealism
People
Non-people
Theory
Tourism