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  • Sankofa Mode – Hidden Gems

    R260

    The greatest form of wisdom lives inside us and Journaling is an amazing way to tap into our own brilliance. We colour-in, expressing our unique creativity and allow our minds to reflect & relax. The Sankofa Mode Hidden Gems book is the coming together of 3 beautiful and empowering elements; Colouring-in, Journaling & the wisdom of Proverbs from various tribes across Africa.

    Containing colouring artworks designed by the legendary veteran illustrator Muziwakhe Nhlabatsi (born 1954) from South Africa, these detailed line artworks bring together tribal aesthetics from all over our ‘Colourful continent’. By colouring-in the artworks you get to collaborate with an esteemed African Artist and engage with a broad range of African Cultural Aesthetics.

  • The French Art of Not Trying Too HArd

    R200

    For fans of both Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck and Alain de Botton’s How Proust Can Change Your Life, philosopher Ollivier Pourriol’s book draws on the examples of such French legends as Descartes, Stendhal, Rodin, Cyrano de Bergerac and Francoise Sagan to show how to be efficient a la francaise, and how to effortlessly reap the rewards.

  • The Sankofa Colouring Journal

    R220

    The Sankofa Colouring Journal is the coming together of empowering elements; Colouring-in, Journaling & the wisdom of Proverbs
    from various tribes across Africa, incorporating 20 unique Colouring artworks have been lovingly designed by the legendary veteran illustrator Muziwakhe Nhlabatsi (born 1954) from South Africa. These detailed line artworks bring together tribal aesthetics from all over our ‘Colourful continent’. By colouring-in the artworks you get to collaborate with an esteemed African Artist and engage with a broad range of African Cultural Aesthetics.

  • The Shades

    R390
  • William Kentridge: Prints and Posters Catalogue Raisonné

    R6000

    The first installment in an epic catalogue raisonné of Kentridge’s linocuts, etchings, monotypes, posters and more… William Kentridge (born 1955) has been creating poignant, clever and visually arresting works across a variety of mediums for more than five decades. This book focuses on his long-standing relationships with printmaking and poster design. Over the past three…