During Dephine’s time Studio Myerscough she was involved with David Adjaye’s exhibition graphics. It was a fun challenge to make the large red room a workshop for a late night at the Design Museum and include large scale drawings. At the request of the Museum, Delphine subsequently ran an engaging workshop ‘Africa and sustainability,’ that lifted from the sentiment of the show. In order to capture the spirit of the strong design ethic from this rich culture, participants were encouraged to create their own unique patterns inspired by noted examples found in both textile and architectural form. Collaged posters and postcards were created to compliment the photo expose of David Adjaye’s work, which itself showcased the variety within key cities of the diverse and fascinating nation.
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