In Pictures: the Monochrome Hues of Winter

As the weather turns, I find that my usually vibrant colour palette gets subverted by an inclination towards the monochrome. It’s clearest when it comes to my wardrobe but, I realised it happening with the photos I was taking too! Here are a few …

 

Sandile Zulu African Art

[Above: sculpture by Sandile Zulu, titled ‘Spinal Diagnoses: A Histopathological Case II’. Seen at the 1:54 Art Fair. Top image: Beaded jewellery from Sidai Designs, at the ‘Africa Calling’ pop-up curated by Shake the Dust which, returns soon]

Brass Rings Sapelle Ethical African Fashion

[Brass rings on display at Sapellé‘s new brick-and-mortar store in London]

 

Wire Baskets Zulu Gone Rural Shake the Dust Pop-up

[Zulu wire baskets by Gone Rural, also at the ‘Africa Calling’ pop-up shop mentioned above]

 

Upcycled Lighting Bermondsey Coffee

[Lighting at a recently discovered ideal coffice, Bermondsey Coffee]

 

The silver lining is: the variety of shapes, textures and patterns in these photos belie that the hues of winter cannot inspire.

 

All photos by me, Lulu Kitololo 

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Hints of colour and tropical delight this winter – here.

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