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Selected designers for the Mandela Poster Project 95 exhibition collection:
Abbas Majidi (Iran), Aimilios Galipis (Greece), Alan Grobler (South Africa), Albina Aleksiunaite (Lithuania), Alessandro Di Sessa (Italy), Alexis Tapia (Mexico), Ana Ivette Valenzuela (Mexico), Ana Paula Caldas (Brazil), Anton Odhiambo (Kenya), Aubin A Sadiki (Democratic Republic of the Congo/South Africa), Bibi Seck (USA), Bradley Kirshenbaum (South Africa), Brenda Sanderson (Canada), Bruno Porto (Brazil), Byoung il Sun (South Korea), Carlos Andrade (Venezuela), Celesté Burger (South Africa), Charis Tsevis (Greece), Claudia Tello (Mexico), COP Youth Congress (Trinidad and Tobago), Cristina Chiappini (Italy), David Copestakes (USA), David Iker Sanchez (USA), David Tartakover (Israel), David Teveth (Israel), Derek Flynn (Canada), Diego Giovanni Bermúdez Aguirre (Colombia), Dominic Evans (South Africa), Don Ryun Chang (South Korea), Eduard Čehovin (Slovinia), Elizabeth Resnick (USA), Ellen Shapiro (USA), Fabio Do Prado (UK), Fabio Testa (Brazil), Félix Beltrán (Mexico), Fernando Andreazi (Brazil), Frances Frylinck (South Africa), Francesco Mazzenga (Italy), Frida Larios (Honduras/El Salvador), Gareth Steele (South Africa), Garth Walker (South Africa), Germán Jiménez Pinilla (Colombia), Gyula Gefin (Canada), Hervé Matine (France), Hon Bing-wah (China), Interbrand Shanghai (Sijing Chen, Hung Hsiang, Miaojie Li, Chuan Jiang) (China), Interbrand New York (USA) (Craig Stout, Ross Clugston, Jessica Vernick), Interbrand New York (USA) (Annalisa Van Den Bergh, Kristin Labahn), Ithateng Mokgoro (South Africa), Jacques Lange (South Africa) Jacqui Morris (South Africa), Jasveer Sidhu (Malaysia), Javier Bulacio (Argentina), Jeffrey Rikhotso (South Africa), Jimmy Ball (USA), Joël Guenoun (France), José Luis Hernández "Chepe" (Mexico), Juan Madriz (Venezuela), Kyosuke Nishiada (Canada), Lauriel Coscia (South Africa), Lavanya Asthana (India), Levente Szabo (Belgium), Lin You Ting (Taiwan), Lola Coudignac (France), Luis Yañez (Mexico), Majid Abbasi (Iran), Marcelo Aflalo (Brazil), Marco Cannata (South Africa), Marco Tóxico (Bolivia), Maria Papaefstathiou (Greece), Marian Bantjes (Canada), Martin Joel (Botswana), Mervyn Kurlansky (Denmark/UK/South Africa), Mohammed Jogie (South Africa), Najeeb Mahmood (India), Onica Lekuntwane (Botswana), Onur Kuran (Turkey), Pepe Menéndez (Cuba), Rafael Nascimento (Brazil), Rafiq Elmansy (Egypt), Robert L. Peters (Canada), Roberto Vilchis (China), Roy Villalobos (USA), Russell Kennedy (Australia), Sally Chambers (South Africa), Sindiso Nyoni (aka R!OT) (Zimbabwe/South Africa), Sophia SHIH (Taiwan), Steve Rayner (South Africa), Sulet Jansen (South Africa), Theo Kontaxis (Greece), Thomas Blankschøn (Germany), Travis Kennedy (Australia), Unnikrishna Menon Damodaran (Bahrain), Vesna Brekalo (Slovenia), Vitor Andrade (Brazil), Wessel Matthews (South Africa), William Taylor (South Africa), Zarina Mendoza (USA).

 

University of Pretoria
Photo courtesy of University of Pretoria.

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Judge Yvonne Mokgoro, chairwoman
of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund

Photo courtesy of Ben Curtis.

Photo courtesy of Ben Curtis.

Photo courtesy of Ben Curtis.

Sibongile Mkhabela, CEO:
Nelson Mandela Children’s Trust speaking at the opening
of the inaugural Mandela Poster Project exhibition.
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Mohammed Jogie, MC at the opening of the inaugural
Mandela Poster Project exhibition
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Jacques Lange speaking at the opening
of the inaugural Mandela Poster Project exhibition
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Sibongile Mkhabela, CEO:
Nelson Mandela Children’s Trust and Judge Yvonne Mokgoro,
chairwoman of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund.
Photo courtesy of Eyescape.

 

Mandela Poster Project Collection

Cristina Chiappini has exhibited her poster in the
Mandela Poster Projects Collection Exhibition:

Caixa Cultural
July – October 2015
Curitiba and Salvador Bahia, Brasil

Gliptoteka Hazu Gallery,
18 – 25 May 2015
Zagreb, Croatia

Vitra Design Museum
Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design“,
March 2015
Weil am Rhein, Germany

Vienna International Centre (VIC),
14 – 18 July 2014
Vienna, Austria

Toolkit Startup, Mediterranean Cosmos a Pylaía
7 – 17 July 2014
Thessaloniki, Greece

Athenaeum Port Elizabeth/Nelson Mandela Bay Video
27 June – 20 July 2014
South Africa

International Center for Promotion of Enterprises,
Africa Day international conference 
19 – 20 May 2014
Dunajska 104, Ljubljana

National Museum of Contemporary History, Ljubljana
16 April – 18 May 2014
Slovenia 2014

Toolkit Startup
French Institute of Thessaloniki
4 – 13 April 2014
Greece

Design Matters International Design Week
The Arts Centre Melbourne
2 – 4 April 2014
Australia

Peacemakers Museum
30 Septembe – 26 October 2013
Sandton Johannesburg

Open Design Cape Town
21 – 31 August 2013
Cape Town City Hall

University of Pretoria, Pretoria
18 – 26 July 2013
Department of Visual Arts, Main Campus.

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Cristina Chiappini poster was selected in the Mandela Poster Projects Collection.

In May 2013, a group of South African designers came up with than idea to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela by collecting 95 exceptional posters from around the world, honouring Madiba’s lifelong contribution to humanity.

The independent team of volunteers, now known as the Mandela Poster Project Collective, gave freely of their time and expertise to make the exceptional happen: In 60 days more than 700 posters were submitted by designers from more than 70 countries. The collection was curated and 95 posters (representing 95 years of Madiba’s life) will be exhibited around the world and will eventually be auctioned by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust to raise funds. In lieu of the high calibre of works received, it was felt more works needed to be showcased than the original 95. Plans are underway for a limited edition publication showcasing 500 of the posters submissions. The collective echoes the sentiments of South Africa’s beloved former president when he said “a good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”