What does ‘being African’ look like?

For 20 year’s Garth Walker’s i-Jusi magazine has explored the visual culture of modern South Africa, inviting designers and artists to respond to key questions about the society they live in. In this Design Indaba film, Walker talks about the magazine and its aims

For 20 year’s Garth Walker’s i-Jusi magazine has explored the visual culture of modern South Africa, inviting designers and artists to respond to key questions about the society they live in. In this Design Indaba film, Walker talks about the magazine and its aims

Garth Walker: What does ‘being African’ look like? from Design Indaba on Vimeo.

 

Regular CR readers will be familiar with i-Jusi, the magazine started by Walker and the team at his Orange Juice design studio in Durban in 1994, whihc we have often covered over the years. The magazine is now on its 29th issue, which can be seen below

 

The Design Indaba 2015 conference takes place in Cape Town from February 25 to 27. Full details of the speaker line-up are available here

 

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