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Women's Day T-shirt Design Competition - Finalists

 

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First of all we would like to say thank you to everyone who has submitted a design. We had such a tough time shortlisting the top 4 as we have received so many amazing images from extremely talented people.
That being said here are the top 4 finalists and their designs which are now open to voting on our Facebook page. Be sure to vote for the design you want printed on a T-shirt and sold on our website.

Prize

  • The winner will have their name and artwork printed on a T-shirt and sold on the Differently website.
  • Winner will receive a T-shirt for themselves and a friend.
  • Winner will receive a cash prize of R1000.
  • Winner will be featured on the Differently blog and social media channels
  • Voting will close on Saturday 25 July 2020 at 19:00pm
  • Winner will be announced on Sunday 26 July 2020 

 

Angelique Janse Van Rensburg

I’m Ange, mom of two, lover of all things creative. I have a day job, but I’m always day dreaming of creating beautiful stuff.For this design, I wanted to capture the diversity of women as moms, caregivers, explorers, professionals, entrepreneurs etc. We as women wear many hats, and even though we do so, we are still able at the end of the day to take care and uplift one another!

We are powerful together!

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Ross Khan

My design is inspired by the three most important woman in my life. My mother, my sister, and my wife. These women embody power, beauty, and strength, and is what encouraged me to enter this competition. 
I wanted to create a design that all women would be proud of wearing, something that captures their beauty, and a statement that allows them to represent their own strength and individuality. 
When a lady wears this shirt, she will see the continent of Africa, the diversity and beauty of our women, and words to encourage her on her own journey.
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Jana De Jager

I live in Pretoria where I am an professional environmental scientist by trade and an amateur designer/creator by spirit. 
My design embodies the notion that a woman can be whatever adjective she wants to be. We as women should always strive to be boldly ourselves no matter what that entails. We should not limit ourselves to being defined by one thing when our possibilities are endless.
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Itumeleng Mtshali

My name is Itumeleng Mtshali and I’m from a small town called Thabazimbi in Limpopo.
I am an artist and have done a lot of artwork with not much meaning to it was to just drawing something. I entered the competition to finally create something that could hold a lot of meaning to it. My design is very close to me because the phrase underneath it was told to me by my mom and she is a woman I admire dearly so I could say this design is dedicated to her.
“Wathinta abafazi, wathinta imbokodo” is a South Africa phrase. In English; “You strike the women, you strike a rock”
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