To round off 10and5's annual graduate showcase, discover a few of the young South African graphic and multimedia designers worth keeping an eye out for....

Olwethu Mahlathini's oil paintings depict everyday people, speaking to themes of culture, heritage, and understanding our role within our environment. ...

Fashion graduate Nuraan Mohamed speaks about her graduate collection - inspired by Cape Town's historic District Six - and designing garments with longevity. ...

Photography graduate Savanna Sinden composes unusual frames that exhibit her curiosity around human form and function....

A vector-based approach lends a crisp look to Chanel Slabbert's design work, brought to life through a playful use of colour. ...

There's a refreshing candour to the way in which Motlhoki Nono speaks about art. "For me, right now, the role of my art is merely to explore my curiosities," she says....

Cheyenne Fernánda Miller's approach to design is unpretentious yet carefully considered, being of the belief that "great design holds the power to change the world". ...

Influenced by her mother's photographic archive spanning four decades, Ranji Mangcu uses portraiture to engage with questions of identity....

Inspired by childhood memories and life's small joyful moments, Miriek Jansen van Rensburg's digital illustration and design work is playful and eye-catching....

Fine art graduate Tasmin Randall's end of year exhibition was shaped by the mundanity, limitations and loop-like experiences of lockdown....

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