Fine arts graduate Michal Kruger uses rugby as a metaphor to explore white Afrikaner masculinity.
Fresh Meat Creative Graduate Series
From digital illustration and graphic design work, to contemporary street wear, Richard Horne’s student portfolio shows a great deal of variety.
Kevin Mbuyamba is a graphic designer, illustrator and photographer. Take a look at his pop culture character illustrations and other original pieces here.
What initially began as an investigation of Tamil culture and tradition, became a powerful piece of performance art. Read our QnA with Wits Fine Art graduate, Lemishka Moodley.
Vega graduate Bianka Wessels uses the duality and inherent humour in language as a way to create clean and communicative copy. See her work here.
Luke Ruiters celebrates self-expression and gender fluidity through fashion. View his graduate collection here.
Having graduated with an Honours in Communication Design, Nontokozo Tshabalala is determined to restructure the local design industry. See her work here.
Tyla Mason’s graduate work explored the commonalities of dreams and what they signify. Read our interview with the illustrator and see some of her work here.
Academy of Design fashion graduate Philippa Crooks chats to us about creativity and the concept underpinning her first ever ready-to-wear collection.
Vega Design school graduate Connor Smith communicates with wit and style. Peep his bold and dynamic portfolio and read our interview with the graduate here.
Art direction graduate Peter Assenga has a knack for humour and a strong belief in advertising yourself before you can advertise anything else. Read our interview with him here.
Kelsie Blake is a graphic designer interested in exploring the portrayal of women in the media. Read through our interview with her and browse her expansive portfolio.
With his self-confessed ‘video game nostalgia’, Tristan Chesselet makes work that’s both engaging and informative. Read our interview with the graduate here.
Thulisizwe Mamba’s eye catching digital artworks aim towards promoting ‘a contemporary African aesthetic’. Find out more about the young illustrator here.
Ruth Prowse graduate Shae Frank uses photography to express her fascination with the complex relationship between humans and nature.