Artwork of Nelson Mandela by Beezy Bailey.
Design Indaba TV
Velskoene, traditional South African shoes, have been jazzed up by a New York-based art director who collaborated with producers in Namibia and South Africa.
Award-winning filmmaker, animator and director Ng'endo Mukii gives Design Indaba the lowdown on the experience of returning to Kenya after eight years abroad.
Paper Cuts, an exhibit of limited edition prints by a selection of local and international designers marks the opening this week of Cape Town's newest gallery.
Laduma Ngxokolo: Emerging Creatives Q&A
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is textile designer Laduma Ngxokolo, who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2011.
Atang Tshikare: Emerging Creatives Q&A
Published 14 November 2013
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is graphic designer and illustrator Atang Tshikare who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2012.
Justin Southey: Emerging Creatives Q&A
Published 01 November 2013
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is graphic designer and illustrator Justin Southey, who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2010.
Dillon Marsh: Emerging Creatives Q&A
Published 27 October 2013
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is artist and photographer Dillon Marsh, who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2010.
Lauren Fowler: Emerging Creatives Q&A
Published 11 October 2013
This week’s featured Emerging Creative is graphic designer and illustrator Lauren Fowler, who was part of the programme at Design Indaba Expo in 2011.
Lucille Tenazas on design and education
Published 01 October 2013
On a Skype call between Cape Town and New York Lucille Tenazas tells us about her work, her influences and her approach to creative education.
20Q: Marguerite Humeau
Published 17 August 2013
Marguerite Humeau would like to put Cleopatra's perfume into a time capsule. Here's 20 things you didn't know about the French designer.
20Q: Oscar Diaz
Published 05 July 2013
"Ideas are worth nothing unless you make them," Oscar Diaz believes. We asked him a couple of questions.
Touches of whimsy
Published 28 May 2013
Illustrator Kirsten Sims describes her work as "whimsical, theatrical, humorous and experimental". We caught up with her to find out more about her work.
Stop waiting, start making: Lessons in liveability from Jeanne van Heeswijk
Published 04 April 2013
Based in Rotterdam, Jeanne van Heeswijk is a visual artist who creates situations in public places to provoke interactions between members of the public.
For the good times
Published 28 November 2012
Bright, bold and distinctly South African, Ed Suter's unique brand of photography has made its way into Mr Price Home - on tea towels, cushions and more.
20Q: Lauren Mackler
Published 08 October 2012
For Lauren Mackler it is fundamentally important to keep going and to stay optimistic while designing.
20Q: Christine Goudie
Published 10 September 2012
Medical product designer Christine Goudie feels there is something incredibly peaceful about crisp, cold winter days when the world seems a little more silent.
20Q: Akshat Verma
Published 02 September 2012
Writer and filmmaker Akshat Verma identifies himself with a sloth, crossbred with a tiger, and gives advise to wannabe screenwriters.
Published 27 August 2012
Read graphic design duo Karlssonwilker's thoughts on creative success, inviting Einstein and Kafka for a drink and dealing with failure.
20Q: Rahim Bhimani
Published 06 August 2012
Asking too many questions is a fault to which Rahim Bhimani feels quite indulgent... It certainly seems to work for this industrial designer.
Ai Weiwei: In the face of uncertain futures
Published 25 July 2012
Here is Paul D Miller's exclusive interview with Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, as it appeared in the latest edition of Origin magazine.
20Q: Mike van Heerden
Published 04 June 2012
Design Indaba Expo 2012 Emerging Creative and winner of the Most Creative Stand Award answers 20 quick questions about his life and work.
20Q: Hellicar & Lewis
Published 28 May 2012
"Freedom at work is freedom from work" is a piece of creative advice that both Joel Lewis and Pete Hellicar believe to be true. The duo answer 20 questions.
20Q: Gareth Howat of Hat-trick
Published 21 May 2012
Though it makes him slightly uncomfortable, Gareth Howat of Hat-trick answers 20 questions.
20Q: Andy Cartwright
Published 14 May 2012
The 2012 Design Indaba Innovation Award winner says he's an aspiring entrepreneur with a vision. We catch up with him over 20 questions.