Design Indaba Poster Design Competition
Design Indaba TV
DI2012 Expo Desirables
Take home the best of South African creativity at Design Indaba Expo from 2 to 4 March 2012.
A look at some of the hottest and most unique designer items at Design Indaba Expo 2012.
Quivertree publishes gorgeously bespoke, inspirational titles on design, décor and food.
Bag with flair
Tamelia has a range of contemporary bags in interesting styles - they're great for adults and children.
On the fast track
Get on to the fashion fast track with the Foschini AFI Fastrack competition.
Dreams in colour
Through embroidery Tunga Studio are working to help women in remote Zululand lead a better life.
Your e-reader will look really swell in an old school-inspired BookCase by Swell Accessories.
When Shelley met Harry
The Shelley & Harry Jewellery Collection presents bespoke, handcrafted pieces for the young at heart.
Rika Herbst's porcelain designs are for contemplation and enjoyment, speaking to the viewer in a whisper.
Made with mettle
Mettlemirrors is a range of unique mirrors frames, inspired by traditional signs, symbols and codes.
Marzipan's designs look good enough to eat, though the designers advise you not to do that!
Life & style
MosewaMosa creates lifestyle fashion for the individual.
Graphic Laminates offer a range of innovative printing techniques for the best visual solutions.
Uniquely South African and environmentally conscious, freeRange's jewellery understand both current trends and customer needs.
Bound by hand
See an exhibition of books that blur the boundaries between conventional books and visual art.
Cabinetworks creates custom-made, modular furniture that is both highly functional and very sophisticated.
Launch your creative career at CityVarsity.
Made to wear
Spilt Milk's classic, elegant design are easy to wear and can be dressed up or down.
When night falls
When the light go out Bousquet Creations' "After Dark" collection of lights made from waste materials.
Aidan Bennetts Design creates products and interior design solutions that involve a variety of technological resources.
Umcebo Design's creations use creativity to help empower people in marginalised communities.
Made by Margot
Margot Molyneux's designs are simple and classic, ideal for women of all ages and lifestyles.
Layer upon layer
Layering is the main feature in Frieda Lühl's new range of jewellery, called "Collage".
Forget status pieces, Anomali creates jewellery for wearing and joining in the making of memories.
Wall & all
Design Kist's gorgeous range of fabrics and wallpaper is ideal for brightening up any indoor space, and adding a unique South African touch.
Experience the joys of handmade jewellery with stacked rings and other contemporary jewellery pieces by Firepetals.
Magic by Mescla
Rich in detail, and drawing on special artistic skills, Mescla creates unique rugs, cushions and children's clothing.
Gorgeously delicate and textured, Adoba gives a new context to tableware, jewellery and accessories, using original forms.
Classic accessories with a retro or vintage edge: Trip Handbags & Accessories have it all.
Range of symbolism
Part symbolism, part tongue-in-cheek, Eon Hoon's range of bespoke jewellery captures a part of human emotion.
Tamarillo Ceramics create elegant and functional pieces, with more than just touch of local craftsmanship.
The right facts
With FACT’s range of gorgeous bags, you can take a piece of Cape Town and wear it around your shoulder.
Little less ordinary
Made in metal, Tintown's gorgeous range of clocks, mirrors, candleholders and more, are great for adding a touch of whimsy to any interior.
Inspired by nature, Trinket Design's range of unique jewellery pieces are trinkets worth treasuring.
Synbio and design
World Industrial Design Day 2012
Today is World Industrial Design Day. Here's an overview of some of the best the industry has on offer.
Top 10 videos of 2013: Q1
Featuring the top 10 most-watched videos for the first quarter of 2013.
What Design Can Do 2012
The second annual What Design Can Do conference in Amsterdam explored the positive and negative sides of a connected world and the role of the designer in this.
As objects with an everyday use, tableware must be functional but users also demand that it be stylish.
Big, small, back-to-front, sideways or upside down, typography is all around us, in countless shapes and forms.
Fashion & Jewellery Design
Graphic Design & Illustration