#OvidOrigins - Founder's Story Part 1: Tiny Objects from Far-Away Places
Ovid Origins Founder's Story, image of woman on a bike with text about the company.
Image of a toddler looking up at her father as he stretches for a run. Text about small objects from faraway places and the meaning they carry.
Image of travel book from Taipei, gold earrings, and a hand with two rings on it. Text talks about discovering the world through souvenirs.
Image of flamenco guitar players in front of Alhambra with text
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