Tag: Nando’s Accidental Art

The Nando’s Accidental Art Project on Video

The Nando’s Accidental Art Project on Video

[youtube]http://youtu.be/6XVeK4diL8s[/youtube]   In July Nando’s launched the Accidental Art (#WDC522) project and announced their plans to install two large-scale site-specific public artworks in Cape Town. Nando’s has been a supporter of local contemporary art since 2001, when they launched their Global Art Initiative. Their impressive art collection now hosts over […]

Featured: Liza Grobler | Nando’s Accidental Art Project

Featured: Liza Grobler | Nando’s Accidental Art Project

  Artist Liza Grobler dabbles in a diverse range of mediums, embracing bright colour and incorporating traditional craft techniques to create site-specific artworks. Her impressive portfolio includes everything from performance art, drawing and painting to crochet, beading and weaving. She’s done 11 solo exhibitions and her latest one titled Blindfolded Line, Dancing Through […]

Block | 180x180 at Nando's HQ Woodmead (SA)

Featured: Xolile Mtakatya | Nando’s Accidental Art Project

  Local artist Xolile Mtakatya first began drawing on the walls of the prison cells where he was detained for political activism. Now, almost 30 years later, he is a well established artist with over 200 pieces in Nando’s restaurants and offices around the world. He’s been involved in the Nando’s Artist […]

Introducing: Nando’s Accidental Art Project

Introducing: Nando’s Accidental Art Project

  This month, as part of the World Design Capital 2014 celebrations, Nando’s launches Accidental Art (#WDC522), a project aimed at making art accessible to everybody by taking it into the streets and onto the walls of the Mother City. Nando’s has an impressive collection of over 7500 original pieces by South […]