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December 23, 2011

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Operation Signage: Angkor Archaeological Park, Day 5

Posted by Ken Feisel, Art Director
Garuda #55
Garuda #55

Today was garuda day. Fierce bird-men that appear in both Buddhist and Hindu mythologies, 72 massive sandstone garudas guard the outer wall of Preah Khan, an enormous twelfth-century temple complex that is WMF’s longest-running project at Angkor.

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December 22, 2011

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Operation Signage: Angkor Archaeological Park, Day 4

Posted by Ken Feisel, Art Director

The World Monuments Fund Cambodia office is about a ten-minute walk from my hotel. This was this morning’s commute.

Cambodian truck crossing

Garage

Convenience store

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December 21, 2011

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Operation Signage: Angkor Archaeological Park, Day 3

Posted by Ken Feisel, Art Director
Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia
Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia

I knew it! The cocktail cure for jetlag worked like a charm, and I’m back on schedule. I spent all day in the office today, which is a bit dispiriting when you know that one of the great archaeological wonders of the world is a few minutes away.

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December 19, 2011

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Operation Signage: Angkor Archaeological Park, Day 2

Posted by Ken Feisel, Art Director
World Monuments Fund

Well, the good night’s rest that I hoped for in the last post didn’t come to pass, so I’ll try to fall asleep shortly, but not before regaling you with my day’s doings.

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December 16, 2011

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Operation Signage: Angkor Archaeological Park

Posted by Ken Feisel, Art Director
World Monuments Fund

Time once again for a few blog entries from me, Ken, the art director here at World Monuments Fund. Please don’t expect a lot of coherence from this first one, since I’m on the last leg of the flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia, and the jet lag is starting to kick in.

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