From an illustrator to a jeweller and an artist, there's one thing that unites the HL Next Level 2019 talents: they all create their work by hand.
Not many photographers still shoot on film, but for John Baloyi, the handmade allure of analog is too romantic and dramatic to resist.
For her innovative, attention-grabbing Feathered Fabrics project, Pascale Theron used ostrich feathers to make a yarn that is then handwoven into cloth.
In today’s competitive culinary space, innovation has become a necessity – and for inspirational chef Vusumuzi Ndlovu, the future of food is in DIY.
Lesego Bantsheng won the 2018 Corobrik Landscape Architecture Award with her visionary thesis, and is most definitely a young architect to watch.
Technology and art intersect in the work of Nolan Oswald Dennis, a multidisciplinary artist who explores the ‘black consciousness of space’.
Arrange Studio is just three years old, but it’s already showing the scope of the unique approach to interior design that owner Roxanne Ferreira favours.
Zanoxolo Mgqeku uses traditional methods to create his vessels, but combines their unique sand-cast textures with contemporary glazes and markings.
Works by young South African jeweller Philisa Zibi have already been featured on major platforms around the world, including International Jewellery London.
Multitalented young Cape Town creative Stacey Knipe is behind the unique illustrated portraits of all nine of our 2019 Next Level talents.
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We discover the inspirations and upcoming projects of interior designer Tristan du Plessis – as well as how he got started in the first place.