Lizane Connoway

Lizane Connoway

cape town, south africa
Lizane Connoway
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Pitcairn Island, New Zealand - 1934. Local farmers are trying to hide pieces of a giant skeleton found near 'Christians cave'. Three of the men were later found dead under strange circumstances. The forth man disappeared soon after this photo was taken and was never found. The photographers identity has never been revealed.

Pitcairn Island, New Zealand - 1934. Local farmers are trying to hide pieces of a giant skeleton found near 'Christians cave'. Three of the men were later found dead under strange circumstances. The forth man disappeared soon after this photo was taken and was never found. The photographers identity has never been revealed.

Very professional grid-based design, using a dark background with a contrasting text that works.

Very professional grid-based design, using a dark background with a contrasting text that works.

I like the consistency of rainbow color and abstract shapes that are continuously shown in every page.

I like the consistency of rainbow color and abstract shapes that are continuously shown in every page.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old,  "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old, "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old,  "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old, "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.