Prince Nhlapo is a promising creative from Vanderbijlpark, an industrial city located in the south of Gauteng.
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Amongst the list of talented creators selected to take part in Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network is Johannesburg-based illustrator, Keamogetswe Sediane – a recent University of Johannesburg graduate with a degree in Multimedia and an Honours Degree in Design specializing in UX Design.
Braaf’s passion for art began when she was four years old. She opens up about her creative journey in our Q&A.
Ngwane entered this year’s competition because she wants to associate herself with a brand she describes as ‘authentic’. A brand that stands for something strong and uses its influence as an empowerment tool.
For Pietermaritzburg-based visual artist Larissa Mwanyama, entering this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition meant associating herself with a popular South African brand that has been a huge part of her childhood. Now selected as one of the artists in the top 15, Mwanyama shares that this is an exciting opportunity that makes her feel seen.
Born and raised in Soweto, Matsolo’s childhood and upbringing played a major role in his creative career. In grade four, he developed a love for drawing cartoon characters; a love inspired by cartoon artist, Zapiro.
Being part of the top 15 is a major step to greener pastures for the 22-year-old, she says being selected has boosted her confidence as an artist and motivated her to be better at a craft.
Lethabo Huma is a 22-year-old digital artist based in Pretoria. She has been selected to be part of Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network top 15.
The Pietermaritzburg-based illustrator was selected from over 600 creatives from across the country who submitted their best work to take part in this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition.
At age six, Kumalo began drawing and before entering his teens he got involved in gaming- he says video games fuelled his interest in animation. Today, the 22-year-old artists works as a freelance visual development storyboard artist, animator, and dabbles in film.
Carolyn Tyler is a 23 year old Cape Town based fine artist and designer. She is one of the 15 artists that have been shortlisted for Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network.
Luma Animation was recently approached by production company Riverstone Films and Y&R Johannesburg to create a human-sized snail for a new Danone Yogi Sip commercial.