Masixole Ncevu is a young Cape Town based photographer to watch out for. His evocative images of people and scenes from everyday life reveal a nuanced artistic eye.
Fresh Meat Creative Graduate Series
Marking the start of our graduate series this year, Kelvin Southwood’s work is instinctive yet thoughtful, and engaging to interact with.
A candid, 6-part Q&A with young creatives across the fields of art, advertising, photography and design about their first year after graduating.
With an internship at Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong and a silver Loerie already on his resumé, AAA graduate Stratos Efstathiou is definitely one to watch.
Jamy van Zyl meticulously represents the surreal in life-like detail, drawing scenes from a futuristic world where technology and humans begin to merge.
Recent AAA School of Advertising graduate, Emijl de Kock already has two Loerie Awards under his belt and a bright future ahead of him as a designer and illustrator.
Chloe Durr’s graduate show explores the taboo of financial ruin through brutally honest images of her family during the loss of the material self.
Qondile Dlamini is a recent graphic design graduate from AAA whose final year project ‘The Mane Objective: Guide to Black Women’s Hair’ caught our eye.
Ayesha Daniels is fresh out of Vega with a BA in Copywriting. An eminent wordsmith, her work reflects her wry sense of humour and love of succinct copy.
Nathi Khumalo graduated from Johannesburg’s renowned photojournalism and documentary photography school, Market Photo Workshop, at the end of 2014.
Greenside Design Centre grad Carla Saunders is driven to challenge our perceptions and pre-conceived ideas with a conceptually rooted approach to design.
Catherine Holtzhausen’s expressive collage illustrations are sweet, cheerful and mischievous with a sardonic undertone.
Fine Art graduate Hanna Orlowski’s core documentary approach to photography is made poetic through visual distortion and re-interpretation.
With an experimental style to directing, Sacha Sultan (a recent graduate from AFDA) aims to make honesty her signature. We talk to her about her debut film ‘Hands Folding Heads’.
Just graduated from the AAA with a degree in Creative Brand Communications, Emma Philip’s approach to design is at once playful and refined.