South African artist Tito Zunguâ€™s (1939-2000) work is extraordinarily precise. Almost pensive. Starting on a small scale about thirty years ago, Zungu made drawings on envelopes for migrant workers for whom home was so â€˜painfullyâ€™ far away. Later on, Zunguâ€™s drawings became larger. Zunguâ€™s approach was a method unto itself. Not only was he extremely meticulous, working in a clean space with a felt tip, ball pen or ink and pen, Zungu also needed a ritual to be able to work. He would always have a bath before he started drawing. In sharp contrast with his own rural surroundings, human figures never feature in his drawings.