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The ease of modern communication conceals the distance between us, but keeping in touch long-distance hasn’t always been as easy as simply hitting “send.” Even though we’re separated by seas, resorting to old-fashioned methods still gets our messages across—literally.

  • Photographs:
    Aaron Tilley
  • Set Design:
    Kyle Bean

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  • Photographs:
    Aaron Tilley
  • Set Design:
    Kyle Bean
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