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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas, on the records in one of the warehouses he uses to storage the more than 3 millions records in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas, on the records in one of the warehouses he uses to storage the more than 3 millions records in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas posing with some of his records in one of his warehouses in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas working in his desk where with the help of 12 interns is organizing his huge records collection to open it to the public as a musical library. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas, on the records in one of the warehouses he uses to storage the more than 3 millions records in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas, on the records in one of the warehouses he uses to storage the more than 3 millions records in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: A Vinyl record stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Some of the records of the more than 3 millions vinyls Zero Freitas personal collection. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: To help him locate records in his personal collection, Zero Freitas uses objects like bottles, cards, pictures or toys. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas looking at one of his records stored on the shelves of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas looking at one of his records stored on the shelves of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas looking at one of his records stored on the shelves of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas looking at one of his records stored on the shelves of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas reading a catalogue about Brazilian records in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Vinyl records stored on the shelves of Zero Freitas 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas reading a catalogue about Brazilian records in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas looking at one of his records stored on the shelves of his 25.00 square-foot warehouse in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas working in his desk where with the help of 12 interns is organizing his huge records collection to open it to the public as a musical library. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas posing in front of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas posing in front of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas posing in front of his personal collection in his house in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ??" APRIL 23, 2014: Zero Freitas posing with some of his records in one of his warehouses in Sao Paulo. Zero Freitas (62) is a wealthy Brazilian businessman driven to get his hands on all the records in the world. Since he was a child, has been unable to stop buying records and currently his collection is over 3 million records. Recently, Freitas hired a dozen college interns to help him bring some logic to his obsession in his 25,000-square-foot warehouse in S?Lo Paulo. The interns can collectively catalog about 500 records per day. Many of the records come from a team of international scouts Freitas employs to negotiate his deals. They???re scattered across the globe ??" New York, Mexico City, South Africa, Nigeria, Cairo. Today, Zero Freitas is converting his private collection of some + 3 million records into a publicly accessible resource, preparing his warehouse for his own venture, which he has dubbed Emporium Musical. he envisions it as a sort of musical library, with listening stations set up among the thousands of shelves open to the public. (Photo by Sebasti?An Liste/NOOR)
Not to be cropped or altered in any way without prior permission. MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR