Cambodian family portraits taken off the grid

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By Contributions in New Photography on Tuesday 5 March 2013

Between 2003-2004, I worked as a volunteer in the Cambodian community of Oakland, CA. I grew up in small town, USA and at the time was unaware of the amount of culture and the things that the Cambodian people went through during the Pol Pot genocide. I heard so many stories of pain and loss […]

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Hong Kong as we rarely see it

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By tore claesson in Cool Travel on Thursday 2 February 2012

Hong Kong is narrow skyscrapers, over crowded streets, the Bank of China tower, shopping malls and a Chinese junk with Hong Kong’s main island in the background. But it’s also old-fashioned and easygoing.

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Beautiful portrait photographs from India

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By Alex in New Photography on Tuesday 14 June 2011

London-based designer and photographer, Karnatarka, has some nice portraits from India showing the diversity of the country.

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Crabtree and Evelyn gets a makeover

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By Rosie Milton in New Food and Packaging on Friday 17 September 2010

This month sees the relaunch of Crabtree & Evelyn’s fine food range under a new packaging design by Smith and Milton. In response to a challenging brief to inject life and character back into the brand, Smith and Milton delved deep into the Crabtree & Evelyn archives and found generations of beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, reworking them into an opulent wrapping to deliver stunning results.

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