Ndumiso Nyoni: Motion Graphic Designer Ndumiso Nyoni is a motion graphic designer and illustrator whose work is a diverse combination of several styles inspired by AFRICAN themes. About the Artist Ndumiso Nyoni is a Zimbabwean illustrator / motion graphic designer. After completing his studies in Multimedia at the University of […]
“Moriri Waka” – ‘My Hair’ by Karabo Poppy, with Sneaker Lab As part of Jozi’s June First Thursday, Sneaker LAB hosted a pop-up in their Braam Flagship Store. This launched their collaborative collection with award winning illustrator Karabo Poppy. An integral element in the LAB’s Artist Series, this paid tribute […]
Zambia-born Musonda Bakwe, who specialises in iconography, vector and bitmap illustrations has worked with big brands such as Telkom, Sunday Times, MTN, FNB and the Motherland Coffee Company. Some of his accomplishments include being part of Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives in 2015.
On 7 June, Sneaker Lab will be launching their Moriri Waka series that was created in conjunction with illustrator and street artist, Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane.
Cape Town-based Ollie de Wit brings interesting texture to carpets with a collection of New York City-inspired designs.
The CanBeam light was designed by then schoolgirl Tulsha Booysen in response to the brief for the Nando’s Hot Young Designer Talent Search.
Award-winning designer Daniel Ting Chong talks to us about the inspiration behind the quaint new espresso bar, Dear Maria.
This Joburg-based creative is carving a name for himself with typefaces inspired by centuries-old design.
Joburg-based visual artist Eliana Raff shares her work and why she uses it to create awareness and social change in the lives of ordinary people.
Olebogeng Mathibe, industrial design grad from UJ, uses design to empower and uplift previously disadvantaged people in South Africa.
Industrial designer Matthew Edwards recently won big for his TERA-03, an affordable multi-use sport shoe with a hybrid sole.
Nine creatives explore the theme of positive thinking and affirmation through custom illustrations.
As the PPC Imaginarium Film Category comes to a close, three winners of the 2017 prize share their art and what taking the coveted accolade means for them.
From minimalist homeware from Nigeria to luxurious and versatile clothing made in South Africa, here are some of the exhibitors we’re keen to see at HmC.
Capetonian florist Cynthia Fan, Storm Ross and Chelsea Blakemore talk defying traditional flower arrangement, the wild unknown and more.