Take Five

Advice from some of the leading creative thinkers hit home with designindaba.com readers this week. Here's a round up of the top five stories.
Take Five
Take Five


Leading creative thinkers give advice to aspiring artists and designers, but their philosophies really pertain to every field or creative endeavour. Read this Inside View. 


Joris Petterson's new-age speaker system emits lights and smells that match the tone of your music playlist. Read the Next Generation article here


Wangechi Mutu finds it pleasing to hear that her video piece, “The End of Eating Everything”, made viewers’ skin crawl with its haunting and evocative creepiness. Watch this interview with the Nairobi-born artist. 


Early encounters with children's book illustrations sparked Alan Dye's appreciation for the art in his work as a creative director at NB Studio. Read his Inside View here.  


We report on the three winners of the Better Living Challenge design competition, who will each receive R500 000 worth of support services to develop their products for market. Read more about it here.