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Arch for Arch celebrates the free South Africa that Tutu and his peers fought to build, and plays on his country’s affectionate nickname for him – ‘The Arch’.
How can the world of design and media improve the lives of women in the future?
In his address to the crowd, Desmond Tutu recalled the destruction of Apartheid’s ‘vicious system’ and advised how you should be your ‘glorious’ self.
Ekene Ijoema on how he uses data sources to create beautiful and meaningful art that helps people better understand social issues.
Koen Vanmechelen and Chido Govera share how they translate the message for diversity and global connectivity into local empowerment.
Ayse Birsel, Author of ‘Design the Life You Love’ shares how to look at your life as a designer and find your vision.
Every year, Design Indaba asks a selection of well-known cultural commentators from across South Africa to nominate an object they..
Speaking at Design Indaba 2017 in Cape Town, Craig Dykers made an impassioned argument for the role of empathy and equality in the design process.