i-jusi - MAGAZINE

i-jusi (roughly translated as 'juice' in Zulu) is an experimental graphics magazine started by South African designer Garth Walker in 1994. This legendary non-commercial magazine has been encouraging artists, designers, illustrators, photographers and writers to create in total freedom and explore their personal views on life in a free and democratic South Africa over the last 16 years. It s published as a commitment to South African design excellence. The magazine has been exhibited in over 25 countries and is held in the collection of MOMA, the Victoria and Albert Museum and Biblioteque Nationale d'France.

For more info visit www.ijusi.com.

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The i-jusi PORTFOLIO is presented by The Rooke Gallery and Garth Walker and consists of 10 lithographs in an edition of 50. The selected works are by South African artists who have featured in i-jusi magazine and include David Goldblatt, Anton & Mark Kannemeyer, Brandt & Conrad Botes. Garth Walker, Pieter Hugo, Wilhelm Kruger, Brode Vosloo and Mikhael Subotzky.
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From i-jusi 8, the BLACK & WHITE issue. White designers were asked to express their personal views on apartheid as a single colour illustration.
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From the I-BRAND issue. In celebration of Ogilvy South Africa's 50th birthday, contributors were ask to "Africanise" one of Ogilvy's local brands.
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Cover design of issue 11 - the first TYPOGRAPHIC issue. Contibutors were asked to design a typeface rooted in an African experience.
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Double page spread of the typeface 'Familie' - based on a typical middle-class white Afrikaans family.
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One of two covers of i-jusi 13, the COMIC issue, which was a tumble-turn edition in conjunction with Bitterkomix.
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From i-jusi 13, the COMIC issue. The text below the images is a step-by-step guide of how to react when being car-jacked.
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Back cover of i-jusi 15, the PORN issue.
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Spread from i-jusi 15, the PORN issue, which investigates aphrodisiacs and
herbal healers.
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Front and back cover of i-jusi 18, the IDENTITY issue.
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Editorial spread of i-jusi 18, the IDENTITY issue.
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A book cover design for i-jusi 24: SOUTH AFRICAN STORIES, which is an interpretation of a short story by Travis Lyle.