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Our top 10 videos, case studies, ideas, or project proposals shared at Design Indaba Conference Day 1. Here’s to another great day of learning, and celebrating design excellence and innovative thinking.
The Design Indaba will soon be upon us so we’ve decided to put together a list of some interesting people we think you should follow on Twitter and Instagram for an inside look into the Indaba.
We visited the studios and workshops of Studio Number 19, Ceramic Factory and Henriette Botha to find out how they’re prepping for the Design Indaba Expo.
The Mother City hosts GUILD, Design Indaba, Art Fair and a Tattoo Convention on the same weekend. Here are all the details, so plan your weekend carefully:
We took a behind the scenes look at the making of the Design Indaba Expo through studio and workshop visits with a selection of Cape Town based exhibitors.
Today we’re chatting to ABSA Brand Manager Lauren Smith to learn about their involvement with Design Indaba, and what their plans are in the creative world for 2014.
A regular feature at the Design Indaba Expo is the Most Beautiful Object in South Africa competition. Twelve cultural commentators from the worlds of design, publishing and celebrity are asked to nominate an object that they deem to be SA’s most beautiful, and in doing so spark contemplation on what constitutes beauty.
Although there’s still a week to go until the Design Indaba 2014 conference, expo and music events, the festivities actually kick off this Friday with the opening of the FilmFest – and the line-up is superb.
Here is everything you need to know about the events surrounding Design Indaba 2014 and how to purchase tickets for each.
The 2014 Design Indaba is a month away and one of the usual highlights of the Expo for us is the Emerging Creatives section. Here’s who makes up the 2014 Emerging Creatives line-up and a quick look at what they make.
The Design Indaba Expo, the largest exhibition of design on the African continent, is looking beyond the borders of South Africa to put together a ground breaking exhibition showcasing designers and innovators from the entire African continent.
And now for something a little different, a first look at the future creatives of SA.
These were some of our favourite stands, artists, emerging creatives and products at this year’s Design Indaba Expo, along with links so you can find out more about each.
This year marks the tenth that The Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town) has developed all the advertising and design collateral for the annual Design Indaba.