Steel and woven screens by TheUrbanative at Nando’s Central Kitchen (headoffice, Johannesburg) and beaded lights by Mash. T Design Studio. Photograph by Elsa Young.

Chasing the ‘Screen Dream’ – Nando’s HYD Talent Search 2024 entries are now open!

The Nando’s Hot Young Designer (HYD) talent search is back and invites young creatives to chase their dreams – their ‘Screen Dreams’! Each iteration of ...
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Tech meets tactile: Clout/SA collaborates with Keiskamma Art Project

Along the edge of the Indian Ocean, on a strip better known as the Sunshine Coast – roughly halfway between Port Alfred and East London ...
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Kalki Ceramics founder and 2022 HYD winners on the inspiration behind their work

In October 2022, design duo and real life couple, Nikhil Tricam and Nindya Bucktowar, were announced as the winners of the Nando’s Hot Young Designer ...
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Clout/SA and designers win big at Decorex Cape Town Awards

At the recent Decorex Cape Town showcase, held from 16 to 19 June 2022, Clout/SA was invited to curate an exhibition of past and current ...
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Sustainability: Put a cork in it! 

We reached out to Laurie Wiid van Heerden, the multi-award-winning designer and founder of Wiid Design, to chat about the practical steps he takes to ...
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Clout/SA collaborates with the Branson Centre

Great South African Methode Cap Classique bubbles meet innovative South African design in a collaboration between the Branson Centre, Clout/SA, and Nando’s Hot Young Designer ...
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The Nando’s Hot Young Designer competition is here

Entries are open for the fourth edition of the Nando’s Hot Young Designer (HYD) talent search!
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Opening of design and art exhibition: “Right here, Right Now!”

The purpose-first enterprise, creative agency, and business-to-business (B2B) market-maker for South African design, Clout/SA, and art consultancy platform HUB, will host a cross-disciplinary design and ...
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What is HUB

HUB is a platform committed to nurturing and evolving South African artistry. HUB was borne from the urgent need to connect businesses, artisans and artists ...
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