The basket and the flowers—life.
The muse—the carrier of life.
The open field—the world.
We live every day and die once, not having control over what happened yesterday or what will happen tomorrow. Life is both a gift and a curse—this is both cliché and beauty.
One day, we won’t have more days.
The bearers of life—us, humankind, come here trying to find purpose just like those who came before us.
The gift of life comes without us knowing what to do with it; but age comes to guide you.
The aim is to carry your basket even on days it feels heavy.
Jean-Claude Tjitamunisa is a Windhoek-born multifaceted creative. He recently had his first solo exhibition for his abstract-architectural body of work titled Unseen which was published in Issue 3: Stories from a small place… He is the Head of Social Media and Marketing for Turipamwe, an award-winning design agency.