In a new series on 10and5 we ask interesting individuals to collect the moments that move them throughout an ordinary week. These documentations present a unique perspective and offer a small but significant insight into the day-to-day lives of various South African creatives.

In this story, Johannesburg-based graphic designer and on-the-side illustrator Hannah Shone shares her observations in a sequence of images, ordered from Monday to Sunday. 

Having recently moved back to her home city after graduating from Vega Cape Town, Hannah joined youth culture agency The Bread where she is regularly tormented for being the youngest in the office. Check out what inspires her every day on Instagram or view her graphic design work and personal projects on her website.

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Waiting for the train. (Monday)
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A table cloth I saw and loved at Ying Poi De Lacy’s house. (Tuesday)
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Happy accidents. (Wednesday)
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My wolf says hello. (Thursday)
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Long legs. (Friday)
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Autumn colours in the summer. (Saturday)
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Mia Chaplin x Sol Sol – a piece that I bought from the Corner Store while in Cape Town. (Sunday)

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