Digital

VOCIFER

Quo Vadis Africa (QVA) is a non-profit environmental conservation organization leading biodiversity, sustainability, wildlife and community projects for change. T-shirts for Change is a campaign to raise funds for their biodiversity conservation work in KwaZulu-Natal, with designs created and donated by eco-artists from all over the world.  All profits go[…]

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BION

Minimal logo design incorporating the inspiration of communication, balance and harmony for a podcast that hopes to inspire an internal dialogue, and encourage intuitive thinking to find balance and harmony within oneself and in society. Bridge it On (BiOn) is a passion project that aims to create a safe space[…]

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FOOL

Illustration inspired by the The Fool’s Journey seen in tarot. Symbolising new beginnings, leaping into the unknown and following the heart. The Fool descends from the spiritual world and embarks on the adventure of life, unafraid and unconcerned with challenges that may be faced, going through the ups and downs[…]

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LEAP

Inspired by a late-afternoon drive through the long and winding roads of Fort Nottingham, the komorebi was utterly magical and brought to mind that rush I’d get as a child when watching the Vervet monkeys leap from tree to tree through the yards of the neighbourhood.        

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NATURE MANDALAS

A collection of 8 black and white mandalas, available as metal prints on Displate. Sometimes you just have to follow life’s natural flow. I’ve always loved drawing, but life took me on very different paths. After years of not picking up my sketchbook, I suddenly felt an undeniable urge to[…]

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SPRING GROVE DAM

2019 is the year I lived in one of my most favourite places in this country. It was a house less than 20 metres from the edge of a beautiful dam, with a huge garden and a patio of windows framing the most gorgeous sunrise and sunset views over the[…]

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COUNTING SHEEP

The well-known, yet highly stereotyped mental exercise of counting identical imaginary sheep jumping over a fence to help combat insomnia, which is thought to have arisen sometime in the 12th century, formed a strong association between the woolly animals and sleep in pop culture, especially in the early 2000’s. The[…]

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