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Rock chairs in the Magaliesburg: “A lot of our initial designs were very much about the 2-D silhouette,” says Hugo. “Now, more and more we’re looking at things like rocks, which have depth and shape and form. That’s the next thing we want to move into — the idea of looking at nature a bit.” “People want another yellow light, and you get a bit tired of it,” says Taplin. “But I think once we’re done with the rocks, we’ll run straight back to the 2-D shapes.” Above, a recent T-shirt design inspired by the Magaliesburg range.