chandelier: "visual poetry"

chandelier: "visual poetry"

A Tea Picker's Talk | What Design Can Do Blog

A Tea Picker's Talk | What Design Can Do Blog

Heatherwick on the waterfront | What Design Can Do Blog

Heatherwick on the waterfront | What Design Can Do Blog

Heatherwick on the waterfront | What Design Can Do Blog

Heatherwick on the waterfront | What Design Can Do Blog

‘Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up’: take the tour | What Design Can Do Blog

‘Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up’: take the tour | What Design Can Do Blog

Salone del Mobile: Craft Meets Design | What Design Can Do Blog

Salone del Mobile: Craft Meets Design | What Design Can Do Blog

Letters from Cape Town 2: Body Intelligence | What Design Can Do Blog

Letters from Cape Town 2: Body Intelligence | What Design Can Do Blog

Climbing the bamboo ladder | What Design Can Do Blog

Climbing the bamboo ladder | What Design Can Do Blog

Nelly Ben Hayoun will stir up WDCD14 | What Design Can Do Blog

Nelly Ben Hayoun will stir up WDCD14 | What Design Can Do Blog

Shedding Light on the Dark Continent | What Design Can Do Blog

Shedding Light on the Dark Continent | What Design Can Do Blog


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Common men at the top: no more bling | What Design Can Do Blog

Common men at the top: no more bling | What Design Can Do Blog

Shedding Light on the Dark Continent | What Design Can Do Blog

Shedding Light on the Dark Continent | What Design Can Do Blog

Colours that connect the world | What Design Can Do Blog

Colours that connect the world | What Design Can Do Blog

David Goldblatt - Baby with childminders and dogs in the Alexandra Street Park, Hillbrow, Johannesburg, 1972

David Goldblatt - Baby with childminders and dogs in the Alexandra Street Park, Hillbrow, Johannesburg, 1972

David Goldblatt (1930) - South African photographer noted for his portrayal of South Africa during the period of apartheid and more recently that country's landscapes. Photo by David Southwood

David Goldblatt (1930) - South African photographer noted for his portrayal of South Africa during the period of apartheid and more recently that country's landscapes. Photo by David Southwood

David Goldblatt  A plot-holder with the daughter of a servant, Wheatlands, Randfontein, September 1962  silver gelatin print on fiber-pressed paper  Courtesy of David Goldblatt and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg

David Goldblatt A plot-holder with the daughter of a servant, Wheatlands, Randfontein, September 1962 silver gelatin print on fiber-pressed paper Courtesy of David Goldblatt and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg

Swazi fertility outfit: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Swazi fertility outfit: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Challenging stereotypes: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Challenging stereotypes: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Colonial fashion: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Colonial fashion: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Role-reversal: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

Role-reversal: taken from photoshoot exploring the stereotypes around gender, race and South African/British national cultural identity. © Georgina-Kate Adams & Amy Marks (please ask before use)

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