If there is one thing I know for sure – it is that South Africa does not lack creativity – in fact, we reek of it, and this is evident in just about everything we do. When Yogi Sip called on creatives to submit their work for the Young Creators’ […]
Amongst the list of talented creators selected to take part in Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network is Johannesburg-based illustrator, Keamogetswe Sediane – a recent University of Johannesburg graduate with a degree in Multimedia and an Honours Degree in Design specializing in UX Design.
Ngwane entered this year’s competition because she wants to associate herself with a brand she describes as ‘authentic’. A brand that stands for something strong and uses its influence as an empowerment tool.
Being part of the top 15 is a major step to greener pastures for the 22-year-old, she says being selected has boosted her confidence as an artist and motivated her to be better at a craft.
Lethabo Huma is a 22-year-old digital artist based in Pretoria. She has been selected to be part of Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network top 15.
The Pietermaritzburg-based illustrator was selected from over 600 creatives from across the country who submitted their best work to take part in this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition.
Carolyn Tyler is a 23 year old Cape Town based fine artist and designer. She is one of the 15 artists that have been shortlisted for Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network.
While she draws inspiration from a range of avenues, she is particularly inspired by African aesthetics – such as primitivism movement or the use of masks, and African culture.
We would like to shine a light on a few womxn illustrators we believe are crossing boundaries while creating great pieces of art.
Thando Phenyane, affectionately known as ‘mboma’, considers himself as a multi-disciplinarian, dabbling in illustration, architectural graphics and architectural photography.
Born and raised in Cape Town, Ishaarah Arnold is a graphic designer and illustrator who has made a name for herself within the design space.
Nick Ntuli is inspired and influenced by his surroundings, street culture and street knowledge to create work that best portrays this part of Durban.
We have compiled a list of five creatives we found on Instagram, who each have different artistic styles, that we believe you should check out.
Johannesburg-based designer, Adam Ownly tapped into South Africa’s love for classic, old school vehicles to create a 90’s inspired illustration project.
Modise Sepeng is a Johannesburg-based multidisciplinary artist well-known for his Nubian art, African prints and portraits of African faces with an urban contemporary appeal.