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Sea Level

SEA LEVEL – A PORTRAIT OF ZANZIBAR is now available! The second book in the series following ‘STREET LEVEL’, this is a unique portrait of Stone Town’s colourful streets, architecture, Unguja’s natural beauty and culture. It is also a plea for recognition of the value and importance of heritage conservation efforts. Available online with international shipping from http://www.africanbookscollective.com/books/sea-level and in Tanzania from https://mkukinanyota.com/…/sea-level-a-portrait-of…/. You can also get copies in Zanzibar from Memories in Shangani, Stone Town and from Green Market in Paje. In Dar its on sale at the Green Room at the Slipway, Make it Matter and TPH Bookshop on Samora Avenue.

For more information email sarahindar@gmail.com.

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Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar inspired postcards and prints available again at the Green Room. Contact sarahindar@gmail.com for more info.

3rd edition!

Street Level third edition is now available!

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znz fish market woman chair draw

On a broken chair, Zanzibar.

fresh coconuts zanzibar style

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wazee

four-mzee-y-col-small-wWatching the world go by in Dar

street corners

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Excited to be heading back to Dar this weekend, revisiting old haunts and drinking kahawa on street corners.

glimpses

Work on the Sea Level project is ebbing and flowing, slowly. Inspired today by the intense angles of Stone Town Zanzibar’s narrow streets, neck craning glimpses of balconies and skies.znz-blu-balcony-flat-w2

on the road

znz-309-dala-wA new year and some new roads to be explored. Zanzibar daladala style, often the journey is as remarkable as the destination.

visram building

visram building drawA lovely 1936 building on Morogoro road – currently even lovelier while the road is a pedestrianised area!