Garth Walker, Designer, Socio-cultural

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Garth designed the font for the constitutional court. Uses design to give political comment

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I-Jusi Magazine

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Poster design by Garth Walker Art South Africa pays tribute to Nelson Mandela with a showcase of artworks featuring South Africa's icon Nelson Mandela, South African Art, Wall Art Wallpaper, Creators Project, Walker Art, Unique Poster, African Design, Illustrations, Graphic Art

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In this article you will see the Graphic design examples from all over the World. Graphic design is a lot like languages. Graphic design varies from culture to culture, influenced by a country’s culture, … South African Design, Out Of Africa, Information Graphics, Cool Countries, Graphic Design, Design Design, Contemporary Design, Inspiring Art, Drawings

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In this article you will see the Graphic design examples from all over the World. Graphic design is a lot like languages. It’s an identity; beautiful and enigmatic. Graphic design varies from culture to culture, influenced by a country’s culture, …

Cover illustration of ijusi magazine's issue The magazine is published by Garth Walker and the cover is on show at the ijusi exhibition at the Michaelis Gallery in Cape Town.

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A new exhibition of Garth Walker's "ijusi" magazine explores what makes us South African and what that looks like.

Renowned South African graphic designer Garth Walker asked himself "What does being African look like?" in 1994 when he started his magazine “ijusi”. Design Art, Graphic Design, Publication Design, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, African, Culture, Magazine, Warehouse

What does being African look like?

Renowned South African graphic designer Garth Walker asked himself "What does being African look like?" in 1994 when he started his magazine “ijusi”.

Durban-based graphic designer Garth Walker has created a politically incorrect new exhibition for the Saint-Etienne Design Biennale. Typo, Packaging, Layout, Graphic Design, Trends, Create, Pattern, African, Page Layout

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Durban-based graphic designer Garth Walker has created a politically incorrect new exhibition for the Saint-Etienne Design Biennale.

Mandela Mandalas (and Other Garth Walker Artifacts from South Africa) - Print Magazine Print Magazine, South Africa, African, Fictional Characters, Image, Ideas, Design, Art, Mandalas

Mandela Mandalas (and Other Garth Walker Artifacts from South Africa)

“What makes me African, and what does that look like?” That is a question that Garth Walker, a third-generation white South African of British heritage, tries to answer in his graphic design work for clients, in his personal work, and his photography. Walker—Mister Walker, as his Durban studio is named—was in New Yo...

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An Interview with Garth Walker on His Experimental Design Magazine, ijusi May 7th, Creative Industries, Magazine Design, Art Direction, Hero, Graphic Design, Poster, Kids, Nelson Mandela

An Interview with Garth Walker on His Experimental Design Magazine, ijusi

In his 38 years as a Graphic Designer, Garth Walker has founded two of SA’s most highly regarded design studios; Orange Juice Design and later, Mister Walker. In 1995 he published the …

Renowned South African graphic designer Garth Walker asked himself "What does being African look like?" in 1994 when he started his magazine “ijusi”. Logo Design, Graphic Design, African, Culture, Statue, Creative, Inspiration, Image, Collection

What does being African look like?

Renowned South African graphic designer Garth Walker asked himself "What does being African look like?" in 1994 when he started his magazine “ijusi”.

An Interview with Garth Walker on His Experimental Design Magazine, ijusi Creative Industries, Magazine Design, Africa, Culture, Graphic Design, Black And White, Art, Black White, Art Background

An Interview with Garth Walker on His Experimental Design Magazine, ijusi

In his 38 years as a Graphic Designer, Garth Walker has founded two of SA’s most highly regarded design studios; Orange Juice Design and later, Mister Walker. In 1995 he published the …

I am delighted to be in the latest issue of iJUSI MAGAZINE The Tattoo Issue, The contributors a. Publication Design, First Time, It Hurts, Darth Vader, Latest Issue, Magazine, Blackbird, Love, Drawings

IJUSI MAGAZINE #28 LOVE

I am delighted to be in the latest issue of iJUSI MAGAZINE The Tattoo Issue, #28. The contributors are awesome: Karo Akpokiere - Maaike Bakker - Berserker (Shane de Lange & Alexander Sudheim) - Brandt Botes - Conrad Botes - Robin Cook - Zama Dlamini - Rikus Ferreira - Byron Graper - Hannes Greyling - Dean Henning - Wilhelm Krüger Travis Lyle - Michael Macgarry - Muti - Ninjabreadboy - Natalie Peckham Scott Robertson - Nathan Roodt - Vian Roos - Marcel Roussouw - Flo Schneuwly Tanya Shunmugam…

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