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Interpret Durban 2 – design winners

Picture by Chris de Canha

Picture by Chris de Canha

 

The yearly event that celebrates the humid, friendly, creative city of Durban rocked the foundations of its 101 year old City Hall two weeks back while Durban’s design talent battled it out. Interpret Durban, presented by Street Scene Tours, is an event that showcases the city in the form of a design contest, fashion show, live music event and all round party.

 

Picture by Erin Wulfsohn

Picture by Erin Wulfsohn

 

This year’s brief as well as the general theme for the event was rediscover, reconnect and reveal. And here are the well-deserving winners:

 

In the category of design:

 

1st Place: Wayne Lee Danker

1st Place: Wayne Lee Danker

 

2nd Place: Stathi Kougianos

2nd Place: Stathi Kougianos

 

3rd Place: Luc Quevauvilliers

3rd Place: Luc Quevauvilliers

 

In the photography category:

 

1st Place Samora Chapman Photography

1st Place Samora Chapman Photography

 

2nd Place: Simone Hiebner

2nd Place: Simone Hiebner

 

3rd Place: Andrew McGibbon

3rd Place: Andrew McGibbon

 

The Flexi Fit Art Jam category:

 

1st Place: Warren Raysdorf

1st Place: Warren Raysdorf

 

2nd Place: Paul Oxborrow

2nd Place: Paul Oxborrow

 

3rd Place: Anthony Kirkwood

3rd Place: Anthony Kirkwood

 

In the video category:

 

1st place: C- I Feel Durban, Lance Lutge and Mark Edwards
2nd Place: F- Discover Dawn, Nicolas Kroone
3rd place: E – one day in spring, Pascal Bennett and Mark Edwards

 

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Sketch Warz Category:

 

1st place: Tyron Roy

1st place: Tyron Roy

 

2nd Place: Jono Hornby

2nd Place: Jono Hornby

 

3rd Place: Alastair Laird

3rd Place: Alastair Laird

 

The final element was done by the Street Kids at Umthombo, a rehabilitation centre for Durban’s street kids who use surfing as one of their tools in rehabilitating the kids. The winners:

 

1st Place: Andile

1st Place: Andile

 

2nd Place: Bonginkosi

2nd Place: Bonginkosi

 

3rd Place: Mbali

3rd Place: Mbali

 



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