Woodstock Foundry: Selah

At the Woodstock Foundry we found a space carefully curated and filled with one-off pieces, books, stationery, writing implements and art. It all combines to form the studio and shop of Andrew Breitenberg, an American artist. He moved to Cape Town to pursue a career in street art that focuses on poverty stricken areas in Africa. He opened the public studio in the Woodstock area where a lot of his street art is on display and named it SELAH, meaning “pause and reflect”, inviting you in to browse and spend some time perusing his work and vintage finds.

You can visit their website here or follow them on Facebook.

Image credits: Elanie Fourie

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