Evolution Product

Evolution’s mission is to create a shift in product development – one in which nostalgic narratives are transformed into products. Their emotive homeware products are inspired by nostalgic narratives from Southern Africa. All designers
Evolution Product

Evolution’s mission is to create a shift in product development – one in which nostalgic narratives are transformed into products. ‘We would like to celebrate the past and cultivate our products for the home as conversation pieces narrating our own and our client’s unique relationship with time and geographical space’. Evolution aims to collaborate, create and sell to high-end retail stores and decorators. They contribute financially to the sources of their inspiration and they aim to embrace sustainable practices while creating a stimulating environment for their staff.

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11 Aug 1743 – 1808 Brandes was a Dutch artist, taxidermist and missionary. He arrived in Cape Town in 1787 on his way back from a mission in Batavia. He has been praised by the Rijksmuseum for his extraordinary watercolours found in two sketchbooks which were left to them after his death in 1808.   Excluding inner.

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Noordhoek

11 Aug 1743 – 1808 Brandes was a Dutch artist, taxidermist and missionary. He arrived in Cape Town in 1787 on his way back from a mission in Batavia. He has been praised by the Rijksmuseum for his extraordinary watercolours found in two sketchbooks which were left to them after his death in 1808.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 8 Polysticum

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 7 Gyrosorium

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 6 Thylepteris

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 5 Elaphoglossum

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 4 Pitorogramma

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 3 Asplenium

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 3 Alsophila

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 2 Schizaea

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 2 Schizaea

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 2 Asplenium

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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Fern 1 Gyrosorium

Thomas C. Blagrave, a retired lieutenant colonel from England, in 1860 created this comprehensive study of ferns in South Africa and recorded his findings in a unique format. Evolution Product fell in love with the textures of the photographic paper and the iridescent effect of the film while the fern patterns were kept stark, clean and true to their natural state.   Excluding inner.

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11 Aug 1743 – 1808 Brandes was a Dutch artist, taxidermist and missionary. He arrived in Cape Town in 1787 on his way back from a mission in Batavia. He has been praised by the Rijksmuseum for his extraordinary watercolours found in two sketchbooks which were left to them after his death in 1808.   Excluding inner.

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