Our regular guest, Neville Trickett has been somewhat scarce lately, as he’s been mad busy with the relaunch of Saint Verde on his farm, as well as working on a brand new blogging concept (read all about that here). It’s great to have you here today, Neville!
Seydou Keita, who produced these amazing portraits in Mali back in the 1940’s and 50’s, is right up there on my list of favorites. All of his subjects seem so noble. Being the pattern junkie that I am, it seemed that the illustrations by French designer and author, E.A. Seguy were the perfect partners for his photographs.