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Some titles include shipping within SOUTH AFRICA only.

When you want to enslave a people, 

you steal their ability to dream.

A sumptuously-designed record of an exhibit conveying the work

of Durban-based artist, Coral Bijoux,

landscaped into the spaces of the Westville Plant Nursery. 



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Zulu Woodcarving 

Nessa Leibhammer - The fourth and final title in the Print Matters Traditional Zulu Crafts Series to accompany 

Zulu BasketryZulu Pottery and Zulu Beadwork.

Look out for a limited edition boxed set Zulu Traditional Crafts Quartet.

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Print Matters Heritage publishes books on South African art, craft and heritage with a particular focus on those artists, craftspeople and individuals who have been overlooked yet made an impact on South African culture: they have stories to tell and vision to share that can empower our youth and restore pride in our collective heritage.

Print Matters Heritage  also packages and markets titles for other publishers as well as corporations, institutions, associations and individuals.

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