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Fresh from the Field — Designstein raising funds for Vanuatu

An eye-catching print has been designed to raise much-needed funds to help with the relief efforts in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam. Design and advertising agency Designstein wanted to show their support for their friends in Vanuatu and saw an opportunity for them to do what they do best – use their creative skills to help make a difference.

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