Gradex is Stellenbosch University’s Visual Arts Department Graduate Exhibition and showcases the best work by the Fine Art, Jewellery Design and Visual Communication Design grad students.
The first featured student in our 2012 Graduate Series is Jana de Klerk in her final year of Art Direction at the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography.
Though Natasha Prinsloo is currently in her fourth and final year as a Graphic Design student at North-West University, her budding design career has already seen some major highlights.
Currently studying 2nd year Graphic Design at CPUT in Cape Town and doing freelance work when he can, Somerset West bred Richard Bothma is a 20 year old designer with some really good-looking work.
Am I Collective, one of South Africa’s most successful illustration studios, has created a platform, Hey Fokop, to showcase South Africa’s talented illustration and design graduates to agencies and creatives around the world.
TWELVE is a group photography exhibition by the 2012 graduate class from the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography.
Youmin Park was born and raised in South Korea but has been living and drawing in SA for the past 8 years.
Andres Pallavicini was born to Chilean-expatriate-turned-Swedish parents and grew up across the road from the ocean in Maputo, Mozambique and in the ‘dusty dullness’ of Witrivier. He is currently Pretoria based, studying 4th year information design student at TUKS
As part of our Young South Africa series this June we’ll be showcasing work by young creative stand-outs.
Gareth Owen is a Capetonian art director who recently graduated from the AAA School of Advertising. He was asked to exhibit his ad work as part of the 2012 Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives.
We’ve come across two apparent cases of copycatism involving ad agencies and student work just this week. Whether or not the accusations are justified, we can’t say. But, here they are, for you to decide for yourselves.
Red and Yellow students Tanya De Jongh, Yannick Pian and Martin Gareth Magner created this idea as an answer to the brief: Create a viral platform for designers, linking the creative process to the blank sheet of paper, the client being Arjowiggins Creative Papers.
Not to be confused with Stellenbosch Academy’s Grad Ex, this graduate exhibition for Stellenbosch University’s Visual Arts Department opened on Friday.
The latest addition to our Graduate Series, Graham Wiles, is graduating from DUT with a B-Tech Honors Degree in Visual Communication Design. The title of his study is Cut, Score, Create! A South African Paper Toy Experience.
It’s graduate exhibition season! Save the 23rd for the opening night of the Stellenbosch Academy graduate design and photography exhibition.