Noted South African jewellery designers Philippa Green and Ida Elsje joined forces with each other and architect/diamantaire Gregory Katz back in 2003 to form the diamond jewellery brand, Situ.
Curated by Chantal Louw, Ditto is a jewellery exhibition and a very interesting idea from The Fringe Arts.
Freelance graphic designer and illustrator from Cape Town, Jason De Villiers, has tried his hand at something new. The results, limited edition etched brooches made from African Mahogany, are beautiful.
Perfect in their imperfection, Lauren Joffe’s interesting and intricate pieces have really caught our eye.
Juanette Smuts is a Fine Art student at Ruth Prowse School of Art. In her spare time she makes novel jewellery that resembles childhood favourites like Zoo Biscuits, Jolly Jammers and Sweethearts.
Every three weeks, The Fringe Arts on Kloof offers their designers the opportunity to decorate their windows. Since Tuesday 6 December until 26 December, a SMITH Jewellery window exhibition is up.
Pamela Deans-Dundas graduated from Central St Martins College of Art and Design in 2009, where she studied Jewellery Design. She then joined the jewellery team at the college as a teaching assistant…
Lia Abrahamse is a Joburg based contemporary jewellery designer. Inspired by nature, her unique pieces possess a natural beauty and are made using unusual materials.
News from The Fringe on Kloof: From July 2011, The Fringe on Kloof will run South Africa’s first no-reason required gift registry…
Having attained a Bachelor of arts in visual arts at Stellenbosch University in 2010, Emma Atkinson moved to Cape Town to create her own company called Milame.
From 15 June 2011 South African art & design collective The Fringe Arts will open the doors of its first permanent shop.
Between 10and5 visited the Design Indaba expo over the weekend. These are a few of our favourite things:
Gradex is the grad student exhibition for the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Stellenbosch. The exhibition is a student-led initiative, featuring a selection of works by Jewellery Design, Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design graduates. With the support of teaching staff, final year students take full responsibility […]
Theresa Burger is a local emerging jeweller based in Cape Town. This year she finished a line called Africa Rich, using metals, woods, resin and animal bone. She says, “I’ve just completed a degree in jewellery and will soon be starting my MA, I work in many different materials and […]
Megan Fogarty is the designer behind new jewellery label Oh Dear, Megan. She is a jewellery design Grad from CPUT busy completing her fourth year. Megan’s unique designs have already graced the pages of Elle SA as well as going down the runway as accessories to I Love Leroy’s new […]