YEVU Clothing is a brand that was inspired by and developed in Ghana with handpicked fabrics from the markets of Accra and Kumasi in Ghana, as well as cloths from Cote D’Ivoire and Togo.
'Yevu' is the name for a white person or a foreigner in Ewe, relating to the creator and designer behind the line, Australian Anna Roberston.
All Africa, All the time.
Eclipse lunar 2014
Bibi Seck talks about the kind of work his company has done in the USA; the current state of the design sector in Africa; a project he did making chairs from recycled plastic in his home country, Senegal; how design might be made more important on the continent; what constitutes African design; and how patronage might play a role in its development.
The Busy Twist - Labadi Warrior (Official Video) (by ThePeoplesEarTV)
Volvo started advertising in Britain with a range of cars perceived as safe but boring. Having decided to make safety their USP they needed to grab their customers’ attention with a creative approach to marketing. The Absurd Alternative logic stresses that there may be other, frankly bizarre solutions to tricky problems – in this case, how to keep your child safe – but for the best outcome, use the one on offer: Buy a Volvo.
[image: various musical equipment fills the frame. a portion of a drum set can be seen to the left of the photo, and two guitar cases are leaning against a wall on the right. in the centre is a talk speaker cabinet that has the words “KILL YOUR LOCAL ALPHA MALE” stencilled on the front fabric in white spray paint.]
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