‘Spaghetti People’ (4 pictures)

Artist unknown except that she once lived in Aberdeen in the Eastern Cape, South Africa and created those long feet ceramic figures which were known as ‘Spaghetti People’. If anyone coincidentally knows her name and eventually more details please comment.

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Author: Herman van Bon Photography

" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times  the creation dies in its own beauty". 

5 thoughts on “‘Spaghetti People’ (4 pictures)”

      1. Remember the video you posted in South Africa of people living in boxes and toilet hell. I remember that you mentioned that as we know the people were not receiving donations and the crooks took them. I have a ? In the impoverished living conditions in a village, where donations arrive. Who is the Village council. Do they live in the impoverish village. I am discussion and the other person, he justifies money spent on a satellite to show location of the poorest parts of the world so they would not waste money giving money to people who do not need it. My dispute stop wasting money tracking people when you already know where they are. He started ranting about these people tell us what they need to get started and then hit me with rhetoric that we can not give money for them build a back bone if they we do not know what they need. I told him that they not get the money for them. Then he said that all can do is provide the money and it to the village cancel how it is spent. So who the village council. Does the money go first hand to the council.

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