The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s department of Studio Arts invites you to visit their 2011 graduate exhibition. The exhibition will run from November 17th to November 25th.
DAF students are hard at work in preparation for their annual fashion show on the 23rd of November. Here’s a sneak peek video of what you can expect at the show.
Twenty year old fashion design graduate Chelsey Wilson has created a fashion video for her graduate range called The Story of a Girl.
The annual graduate exhibition for Applied Design at NMMU opened last Friday and closes this Friday.
Kaolafe Saam is Market Photo Workshop’s annual foundation, intermediate and advanced student exhibition. This year it takes the form of a walk about.
Kim Gush from Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design has created a fashion video to showcase her collection. It’s called The Immortality of Divine Rule.
These are a collection of self-portraits and conceptual photographs by Sven Kristian, a first year photography student at City Varsity in Cape Town.
Something different for your Wednesday morning. Dada Marsh remakes sneaker classics out of clay. Only 5-6cm in size, they’re made out of quick-dry clay and then painted with acrylic.
Philip Robertson, Richard Steele, Lize Loftie-Eaton, Graeme Cuthbert and David Robertson are Five45, an industrial design team who have created The Stayover.
We attended the Elizabeth Galloway Graduate Fashion show on Friday night. Always exciting to see what’s coming out of our local fashion schools!
As part of his BTech study, Graham Wiles is working on a series of paper toys based on South African culture (Folk tales, myths, stereotypes etc). In order to promote his work and spread the love of paper toy making, he is also conducting a series of paper toy workshops throughout the year.
Leonard Miller, an architecture student and photography enthusiast, shares some of his works with us:
Kirsten Sims is in her third and final year studying Applied Design at the Stellenbosch Academy. These are some of her charming and unusual pieces.
AFDA proudly presents an Eira Katrine Sletbak production, directed by Karien Murray: ‘Khumbu – a portrait of Jonathan Khumbulani Nkala’.
This international WWF work has been causing quite a stir locally. The campaign you see above was done by Chris Auret (art director) and Alexis Christodoulou (copy writer) while they were grad students at Vega in 2009. The work features fish wearing endangered animal masks and the headline reads, “Would […]