SPACECRAFT x EPITOME
Our collaborative photography project visualizes an aspiring young space cadet exploring a world unknown. The story depicts Terence Masamuna in a future African context without limitations, wearing the SPACECRAFT Harrington Jacket expertly made by Elaine du Plessis. Styled by Louise Steytler.
Originally designed in the 1930s, the Harrington Jacket has been a recurring design icon across many decades. We’ve reimagined it as a flying jacket for an African astronaut, made in wax print. The fact that wax print is printed on both sides of the fabric lends itself to kaleidoscopic reflections.

For a long time wire art was bound to the street corners and highways of South Africa. As a result it has served as inspiration for some unique innovators and this is a visual story about them.

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Our collaborative photography project visualizes an aspiring young space cadet exploring a world unknown. The story depicts Terence Masamuna in a Read More
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