The cover of edition 29 of ijusi by Garth Walker.

This Mandela Day, we pay tribute to our home-grown hero with Garth Walker's cover design for the issue of "ijusi" magazine.

Design Annotator: Creative Entrepreneurs and Mandela’s Legacy Posters – plus Men with Beards : Marklives!com

In May of this year, a group of South African designers came up with the Mandela Poster Project; an idea to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela.

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

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”.

SA: The US of Africa |Garth Walker

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

Mandela Mandalas (and Other Garth Walker Artifacts from South Africa

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

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

Mandela Mandalas (and Other Garth Walker Artifacts from South Africa

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

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“Sólo trabaja con la gente que invitarías a tu casa a comer” Garth Walker

“Sólo trabaja con la gente que invitarías a tu casa a comer” Garth Walker

Garth Walker, South Africa in the DDP Icograda #Poster Exhibition | ico-D

Garth Walker, South Africa in the DDP Icograda Exhibition

Constitutional Court of South Africa | 2003 – 2004 / A fascinating look at his design evolution, Garth Walker’s archives take us all the way back from an early Mac project done in 1989 to the present: http://10and5.com/2015/03/12/archives-garth-walker-design-spanning-three-decades/

A fascinating look at his design evolution, Garth Walker's archives take us all the way back from an early Mac project done in 1989 to the present.

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