Category Archives: Photography

Photosets from Kenya feasibility trip

By | June 8, 2013

Small clusters of photographs from our recent travels in rural Kenya are up on the The Prepaid Economy: African edition tumblog. Here’s a quick look at: rural Market Days – from Migwani in the east and Kagio in centre;  a collation of formal and informal mass communication styles from wall paintings to billboards; David the… Read More »

Mobile phones and China: Two concurrent factors of global urbanization of rural African market towns.

By | May 3, 2013

Do we need to play guess the country or will you take my word for it that three of these photographs are from the Visayas islands in The Philippines and other 3, that match, are from all over Kenya. This post was written by niti bhan and rss originates from

David is a maker; he sees his creations in his dreams

By | April 24, 2013

David with his combine harvester, Karantina, Kenya 15 April 2013 David is a maker. An artisan and craftsman who makes furniture as a carpenter in his day job, he’s nonetheless driven by visions of what he sees in his dreams to build these toys made out of scraps of wood, metal and plastic. That green… Read More »