Worldwider Fax Cyprus.

November 27, 2008

Worldwider Fax has reached its 6th destination. Cyprus. Ioanna Philippou added the next part to project. You can see below her progress and how the Fax is coming together. It is starting to look very nice and complete. Soon it will be time for a new Fax piece to be launched.

As always click on the image to zoom.

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”The thing that makes me unhappy about the society I live in is the ongoing issue of Cyprus dispute. Cyprus is the only divided country left in the world… for almost 35 years now there is a territorial conflict between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots. Cyprus has always been in wars since the ancient times because of its geographic location and of course its beauty… With the opening of the boarders in April of 2003 I had the opportunity to visit a part of my country that I have never seen before and as being part of the younger generation that has not lived through the war I understood how hard but at the same time how important it is for a solution to come. Anyways I guess the thing that makes me unhappy is that there will never be a solution that is truly fair to the people and the war left deep scars in both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots. Ok so to end this I hope that one day a solution will come to my country and Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots can live together and united without any foreign interference.” – Ioanna Philippou

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One Response to “Worldwider Fax Cyprus.”

  1. Nolita said

    You work is very beautiful although what we are painting about on this is about what makes us unhappy:)

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