Joburg based visual artist and clothing designer, Sakhile Cebekhulu, recently launched his new capsule collection titled ‘Bantu Space Odyssey’, a well-put-together collection that transports you to the year 2076.
The products available in this collection include flower vases, functional sculptures, natural beauty products, botanically-scented candles, plant designs and photographic prints by Anke Loots.
Fashion photographer, Themba Mbuyisa recently created a lookbook with designer Elias Sibata. The designs are inspired by Asian style.
Professional printing and framing studio ORMS recently partnered with 16 South African artists to launch their limited edition range of wallpapers
The Higher Institute for Fine Arts (HISK) offers advanced studies in the arts, individualised support as well as residency. The HISK gives young artists from across the globe the opportunity to receive guidance for two years in a functional workspace where any medium is welcome. The next two year programme […]
Head to the Red & Yellow School of Logic and Magic, Cape Town for the Loeries Travelling Exhibition.
The deadline for this year’s Loeries is end of May
Gorgeous George, the latest addition to downtown Cape Town, was created out of two beautifully restored heritage buildings and will be the first Cape Town hotel to join the Design Hotels collection.
Nightscape, an open-hearted public festival of design, creativity and performance, will form part of this year’s Design Indaba.
From architecture and film to product design, this year’s speakers are challenging the status quo. Here are a few of the speakers that conference attendees can expect to hear from.
Cape Town-based designer and illustrator Daniel Ting Chong is the mastermind behind some of the coolest brands’ visual identities.
Cape Town-based furniture studio Shift Perspective has unveiled their Robben Island coffee table, which illustrates the geographical isolation that political prisoners endured during incarceration under apartheid South Africa.
Taking place from 25 – 26 February, the 2019 #cocreateDESIGN FESTIVAL will focus on resilient communities and citizen-led solutions.
Each year, Design Indaba selects prominent members of the industry to put forward their nominations for an object which they feel encompass the pillars of beautiful, innovative, uplifting and functional design. The objects that are nominated range from fashion to furniture and the interactive selection process allows the public to vote […]
Conceptual artist, visual communication designer, illustrator and part-time lecturer Wiehan de Jager uses digital collage processes to produce art. He infuses traditional elements and digital artistic methods.