POL Oxygen

"POL Oxygen" was an award-winning international design, art and architecture quarterly magazine. It contained extended profiles that look at the lives, ideas and work of people working internationally. It was edited in Sydney, art directed in London, printed in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide.

External links

* [http://www.poloxygen.com/ POL Oxygen magazine website]


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