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Custom Saigon

Custom Saigon

03 December 2013

With very few enforced restrictions on alterations, cheap parts and labour available on every corner, and a never ending supply of vintage Honda 67’s, Cubs and Chaly’s, Saigon is the perfect place to experiment with custom creations.

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Abandoned Modernism

Abandoned Modernism

25 August 2013

During my time spent exploring Vietnam and Cambodia I have been surprised to find a number of mid-century modernist style buildings scattered around the cities and even some small towns.

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The Indochina Project | Exhibition

The Indochina Project | Exhibition

26 June 2013

As part of The Indochina Project by riverorchid digital the sideroom.com team transformed a derelict motorbike parking lot in down town Saigon into an one day only exhibition unlike anything the city had seen before.

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The Great West Coast Migration | Tour Highlights

The Great West Coast Migration | Tour Highlights

04 January 2013

After the two and a half months on the road, over 100 supporting artists, 25 film makers and 6 major US cities. PangeaSeed is pleased to share with you this short film documenting the pioneering odyssey and the fruits of their labor all in the name of sharks and oceans.

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Circus Neevala | Photographs and interview with a Sri Lankan traveling circus

Circus Neevala | Photographs and interview with a Sri Lankan traveling circus

21 May 2012

Throughout centuries and across civilizations, humans have relied on each other for spectacle and entertainment. From the nomadic gypsy performers of the Rajasthani deserts to the crowd-pleasing gladiators in the roaring stadiums of Ancient Rome, the universal desire to enthral an audience endures.

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