Garth Walker, South Africa (2002)
Garth Walker founded Orange Juice Design in 1994 (acquired by Ogilvy South Africa in 1996), and more recently in 2008, Mister Walker. Mister Walker works in both the corporate and...Read full biography
1 item, Exhibition
1 items, Exhibition
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) project started in 2006 by the Seoul Metropolitan Government as the key symbolic landmark for design related urban programs. The DDP Design Museum is housed in a building by star architect Zaha Hadid. Designers from around the world were invited to design a poster celebrating the museum opening. The concept for my poster is based on the idea of "Constructivism meets Africa"...
Garth Walker founded Orange Juice Design in 1994 (acquired by Ogilvy South Africa in 1996), and more recently in 2008, Mister Walker.
Mister Walker works in both the corporate and private sector for many of South Africa’s best known brands - on both large and small projects across a wide range of disciplines.
Walker's personal interest as a designer seeks to explore the question: “what makes me African – and what does that look like?”
Since 1995 Walker has self-published his 'African' experimental graphics magazine ijusi (translated as "juice" in Zulu), to world-wide acclaim. The publication celebrated twenty years and thirty issues in 2015