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December 20, 2011 01:37

 
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Artist JR, 28, who creates large scale guerrilla photo installations, film producer David Ellison, the son of Oracle CEO Larry Ellison who has funded films like True Grit, and the upcoming Brad Pitt movie World War Z, also made the 30 Under 30 list of people in 12 categories that the magazine predicts will be tomorrow's brightest stars.

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