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Garth WalkerBased in Durban, South Africa, Garth Walker trained as a graphic designer. He founded Orange Juice Design, one of South Africa's best know graphic design studios, in 1995, and designs for many leading corporate and consumer brands.
However, he is best known for his interest in developing and encouraging a design language "rooted in the African experience." OJ publishes Africa's only experimental graphics magazine i-jusi. Walker has been widely recognized with over 100 design awards, has published in over 80 magazines and books, and has exhibited in 14 countries. He is represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Bibliotèque Nationale de France, Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., and numerous university and academic collections worldwide. Walker is also passionate about design education, and hosts student and professional workshops on all five continents. He is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), British Design & Art Direction (D&AD), The Type Directors Club (TDC NY) and The St. Moritz Design Summit, and is a founding Trustee of the South African Graphic Design Council (THINK).

 
 
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