A Creative Director at digital agency Hellocomputer, Camilla Clerke works on campaigns that harness the power of social media to start brand-consumer conversations, to add value or to feed school children that would otherwise go hungry.
Series: Creative Women
Meet the ten phenomenal women who form the line-up of the first ever 10and5 Creative Women conference taking place on Saturday the 29th of August 2015 in Cape Town.
Thania Petersen’s current work began with a search to uncover her Cape Malay heritage and in doing so, to bring to light a vital aspect of her identity.
Under Roxanne Robinson’s guidance as fashion editor, Sunday Times Fashion Weekly has published over a 100 editorials and is the result of her dedication and passion towards inspiring new ways of thinking about South African fashion.
Thanks to everyone who came through to our “You Draw Like A Girl!” illustration show and print sale yesterday evening at Beijing Opera. Here’s a first online look at the artworks.
Concluding our annual Creative Women series is conceptual designer Leanie van der Vyver. Currently working as the Creative Director at design-centred e-commerce platform Superbalist.com, she has done everything from modelling to styling to making pizzas before eventually getting into design – which is where her passion lies.
As part of our annual Creative Women series we caught up with multi-talented, super stylish Nonku Phiri. Until recently Nonku was making music on the side while working as a graphic designer, illustrator and art director, but she has since decided to focus all her time and energy on music, and she hasn’t […]
Artist Nandipha Mntambo has always been fascinated with the idea of representation and how to portray an identity – whether it’s her own or someone else’s – in a way that is truthful and honest. This has resulted in artwork focusing on the human body and the organic nature of identity. Using her own […]
We chat to illustrator, co-founder of MUTI and boxer, Mine Jonker, to find out more about running a business and getting hit in the face every morning before hitting the studio.
Dinika Govender is a force to be reckoned with, but in a gentle way, if that makes sense? She is most often found in motion; whizzing through the city on her bicycle with a head full of ideas.
ECD of Ogilvy Joburg, Mariana O’Kelly talks to us about inspiration, the advertising industry, and being an empowering creative leader.
The award-winning South African novelist Lauren Beukes twists genre by merging reality with fantasy to tell dark and enthralling tales.
Celeste Arendse is the bubbly, business-savvy, creative woman behind local fashion label, Selfi.
A special edition women’s month playlist, created by the girls at Between 10and5.
On 13 August three incredible creative women came to share their work and process with us at our Women’s Month Show & Tell evening of talks.