The Eastern Cape

Between the Indian Ocean and the Karoo, overlaid maps

1. Nguni, artichoke and leaf: with bits of Kentridge, Cindy Britz, Tori Stowe, the Keiskamma projects, postcards from the Pig and Whistle in Bathurst, cards of Native American pottery, a slice of Soccer World Cup ticket, a Design Indaba delegate card, etc20150222_181148

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2. The angel, the mermaid and the pig: calendar from the Sydney Opera House of Maori paintings, Exclusive Books envelope, various bits of business cards, postcards and other cards, including postcard of Cape Point from Lorraine, as well as some packaging.


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