South African Art in Nando’s Around the World

Nando’s are most probably only known for their flame grilled chicken and peri-peri but as lot of people (including me) didn’t know is that someone at Nandos’s has a soft spot for local South African artists.

Since 2001,  their Global Arts Initiative has supported local artists by giving them a platform to show their work, Nando’s restaurants, and has now collected over 7500 pieces!

Click here for the full article on Between 10and5.

Below are some of the pieces from around the world, looks like everywhere but South Africa has the “high-end” version of Nando’s?

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art Mosaic Studio 

Kings Cross Station, London

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art

Coming to the City (2011) conceived by Clive van den Berg and produced by Yellowwoods Art

Washington Graffiti (2011) created by Kilmany-Jo Liversage and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art

Washington DC, USA

Washington Graffiti (2011) by Kilmany-Jo Liversage

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Kilmany-Jo-Liversage_Nandos-Washington-2

Woodbridge Graffiti (2013) created by Kilmany-Jo Liversage and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art 

Virginia, USA

Woodbridge Graffiti (2013) by Kilmany-Jo Liversage

Woodbridge Graffiti (2013) by Kilmany-Jo Liversage

Toronto Graffiti (2013) created by Kilmany-Jo Liversage and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art 

Toronto, Canada

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The Yards Billboard (2013) conceived by Xolile Mtakatya, executed on site by Colossal Media and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art

The Yards, Washington, USA

The Yards Billboard (2013) conceived by Xolile Mtakatya

Accidental Art, Long Street Mural (2014) conceived by Xolile Mtakatya, executed by Colossal Media and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art

Long Street, Cape Town, South Africa

Accidental Art Nando's Long Street

Accidental Art Nando's Long Street

Stratford Pages (2011) produced by Yellowwoods Art Ceramic Studio

London, UK

Stratford Pages (2011)

Stratford Pages (2011)

Stratford Columns (2011) produced by Qubeka Bead Studio and facilitated by Yellowwoods Art

Stratford Pages (2011)

Stratford Columns (2011)

 

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