South African born illustrator and graphic designer Tara Deacon chats about her care-free transition abroad, having an international client base and making your mark in the world.
Tag: Graphic Design
Having recently completed a learnership at Umuzi Photo Club, art director Kgodisho Mowa creates vibrant work that expresses everyday life experience.
Zambian-born illustrator Musonda Kabwe shares the inspiration and influences behind new series of prints.
Looking to the Moors, Maasai, Xhosa and more, graphic designer Luthando Mfabe is inspired to create visually bold and contemporary ‘Afrorealist’ characters.
From creating powerful work to enduring mansplaining, a few exceptional creatives talk to us about the rewards and challenges of working in advertising.
Absurdities and unusual juxtapositions from everyday life, as observed by Johannesburg-based illustrator and graphic designer Amy Harrison.
Vega Design school graduate Connor Smith communicates with wit and style. Peep his bold and dynamic portfolio and read our interview with the graduate here.
Making use of vibrant colour and bold, geometric design, Ndumiso Nyoni seeks to illustrate a contemporary African identity.
South Africa has a brand new creative award which launched just yesterday. The Anvil Awards, or Annies for short, focuses on graphic design, web design, illustration and photography, accepting entries from fledglings to professionals in these fields.
For the last working week of December we’re bringing you 10and5’s Best of 2011. Yesterday we posted our Best of Illustration and Best of Photography. These are our favourites under ‘Graphic Design’ on 10and5 this year. We hope you’re enjoying taking a glance back with us.
Innocent Mukheli is a fine artist and into graphic design. Utilising and combining these skills he has created various pieces which he has sent through to us. I love this style. Innocent is also an Art Director at Draftfcb Johannesburg. Click more to see the full gallery.
The Given Collective was first conceptualized back in 2004 as a street art initiative known as “Question the Given”. Over the years The Given Collective has changed and evolved many times, from simple street art to a clothing brand and most recently a Graphic Design Agency. Check out some of […]