Eye

3 July 2007

This is a story about a happy collision of cultures; and the celebration, rather than exploitation, of native talent. It is, incidentally, an eye-opener for us in the UK, where we take the communications revolution for granted, and have entirely lost the ability to see the rooster in Big Ben.”

It’s not often that one gets a chance to discuss exciting and unusual projects created for rural communities in India in a top British design magazine. Many thanks to editor John Walter and writer Steve Hare for putting together a fine piece. Read an excerpt of the article ‘Roadshows and rickshaws’ and buy a copy of eye no 64.