‘Mi Barrio’ – a new project by Ivan Kashinsky on Kickstarter

Ivan Kashinsky has just launched his new project ‘Mi Barrio’ about his neighbourhood near Quito in Ecuador on Kickstarter. Click here for a short video and more information about the project.

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