Onegirlstudio Braille Artwork ‘The lovers the dreamers and me’


The loveliest line from ‘the rainbow connection’, a song written by Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher and originally performed by Kermit the frog (in case you’re not a child of the 70s). It has since been covered by a list of artists from Willie Nelson to Justin Timberlake and the Pussycat Dolls in between. You can hear the original track HERE.

This hand crafted, braille inspired piece will never be replicated (though it exists in different colours); it’s ready to hang or sit and is constructed from low voc paint (in navy blue) on eco ply.

It measures 240 x 240 x 35mm.

Please note, the image in the gallery features the same quote in black.

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‘Vision, the most dominant of our senses, plays a critical role in every facet and stage of our lives. We take vision for granted, but without vision, we struggle to learn to walk, to read, to participate in school and to work.’

Braille delivers literacy and independence to the vision impaired but it is also graphically striking in its simplicity and unique in its potential as another (sometimes secret) language to the sighted.

‘These tiny dots support those with a visual disability to live independently, attain their desired level of education, increase their chances of employment and enable them to interact with communities just like everyone else.’

Quotes by Braille House

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