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I really like the different shapes they have used to put the photos in to create a bit of order but it is disorderly through the way they are randomly placed.

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MUSEUM OF PACIFIC ARTS  – A concertina style information guide for Museum Of Pacific Arts.

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Business Branding & Education Trifold Brochure Template. Download: http://graphicriver.net/item/business-branding-education-trifold-brochure/11246190?ref=ksioks

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Business Branding & Education Trifold Brochure Template. Download: http://graphicriver.net/item/business-branding-education-trifold-brochure/11246190?ref=ksioks

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Ancient Seikaiha pattern, used in kimono dying for nearly a thousand years.   The pattern was originally used on ancient Chinese maps to signify the ocean, and turned up as a Japanese textile pattern on a Haniwa figure from the 4th century.

Ancient Seikaiha pattern, used in kimono dying for nearly a thousand years. The pattern was originally used on ancient Chinese maps to signify the ocean, and turned up as a Japanese textile pattern on a Haniwa figure from the 4th century.


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