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The stop motion below was for Vodacom, and is a great example of old school stop animation. The final one minute animation won a silver Young Directors Award.
Learning on the job is common in every profession, but this means you can rest assured that you are dealing with competent and reputable artists.
Page33 is a street artist & fine artist from Pretoria, South Africa. She studied fine art, music, fashion & dance, both in high school and secondary school and has been creating art since her childhood. She paints anything from animals, landscapes, abstract artworks to fonts, and has a big demand for her custom/ personalised canvases and portraits.
From 2006 she began working on fashion productions, in 2007 started touring and performing with musicians across South Africa, and from 2011 she worked at Everard Read Gallery in Johannesburg. In 2014 Page started creating her art full time, allowing people to commission her to create custom artworks.
She combines a realistic and traditional style with interesting line work to create unique murals, bringing years of knowledge and experience in fine arts to the table. Page33's style is an amalgamation of her knowledge of all these different mediums, forms of expression and insights from different corners of creative industries. From years of practice and perfecting, she creates work that is truly unique and she adds an original and grounded perspective to each and every project.
Johannesburg born artist Zesta, combines over 15 years experience in creating murals for corporate environments with over 8 years of fast moving graphic recording assisting in business strategy sessions and his passion for graffiti and street art. This gives him a very unique understanding of how to apply himself to each project, which continues to drive the demand for his work.
Zesta discovered graffiti in 2001, which became an obsession resulting in hundreds of hours spent experimenting with styles and application in public spaces. Over that time, the commissioned projects were teaching him to solve the challenges that his clients presented to him, creating artwork for clients across all industries in their environments.
From 2009 he started doing graphic facilitation in business strategy sessions. These sessions can be very fast paced and focus on complex problems, meaning the artist needs to be very quick. Zesta took this as an opportunity to develop a unique illustration and character style, through hours of visually mapping business strategy sessions. His approach brought a fresh perspective to the Graphic Facilitation industry, with his ability to create rich, meaningful artworks on the spot. He creates a wide variety of styles from abstract murals and graffiti lettering to cartoon characters and more realistic or graphic portraits and landscapes.