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Tuesday
Jul142009

Panel of Love

I set up a photo booth at the Uthando Project's open day. Parents and children were there to do things like dress a doll for an African child, participate in a knit-a-thon, make dolls, watch films and learn about the project. I'm going to make a poster for Uthando and these are some of the expressions of love that I captured. Its gorgeous to watch kids show you their body language for 'love'.

I also recently designed the Uthando Project logo. It's about play and love travelling from afar into African children's hearts! It's nice to contribute some design to something you know will greatly benefit from the lick of paint.

The logo even inspired heart brooches for the Uthando crew.

I do love this...

[current mood] The Herbaliser & Ayervedic Calming Tea

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Reader Comments (3)

nat, this is LOVELY! i love your logo! (....haven't listened to herbaliser in ages... mmm...) how amazing to work on something that will do so much good. :-)

July 15, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercarla

Just great. Love it!

July 16, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterIris

Awesome! I've been planning to knit for Uthando for a couple of months now - think I'll take the plunge now you've re-focused me! :D

July 16, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSasha
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