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SKOP is with Mike Zuma and 4 others.

Thinking back to this day, out location scouting in Langa and Gugulethu for the A Fashion Friend SKOP shoot (http://www.afashionfriend.co.za/issue/aff-issue-46/skop). What fun!

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SKOP is feeling excited.
May 18, 2016

Exciting news! You can now buy one-off SKOP jewellery pieces at http://sistersister.co.za/. Also make sure you enter the giveaway in celebration of their online store launch. Giveaway details on the Sister Sister FB page https://www.facebook.com/sistersisterdesign/
#sistersister #localdesign #proudlysouthafrican

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SKOP shared a memory.
SKOP is with Lara Kruger Nieuwenhuis and Roche Van Den Berg at Guga Sthebe.

Guga S'Thebe arts and culture centre site visit for SKOP 7455 WDC 2014 project #WDC642

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SKOP added a new photo.
May 21, 2015
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Congratulations Roche Van Den Berg and Roche.recycle.relove! Well done!

SKOP added 2 new photos — with Roche Van Den Berg and Lara Kruger Nieuwenhuis.

SKOP at KZNSA for Africa Month's must-see design exhibition Lara Kruger Nieuwenhuis Roche Van Den Berg #WeAreAfrica

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Look out for SKOP at the “We Are Africa” design and innovation exhibition.

Celebrate Africa Month by visiting this exciting exhibition at the KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) from 14 May – 7 June. #WeAreAfrica

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http://www.kznsagallery.co.za/exhibitions/we_are_africa.htm

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SKOP is with Roche Van Den Berg in Cape Town Stadium.

Skop #WDC642 project and products showcased at the amazing Makers+Thinkers exhibition, if you have not been, make the time! It's awesome to see what the people of this city is capable of producing and creating! #proudlysouthafrican

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SKOP will be exploring, learning and feasting at Cape Town stadium this week. Look out for SKOP in the Makers + Thinkers exhibition.

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SKOP has been little quiet for a while with Roche.recycle.relove showing her jewellery at the IJL in Londen and Lara welcoming her daughter, Sofia into the world. But in the mean time we are excited to feature in and "travel" with issue 209 of Air France Magazine. Check out page 133 to see SKOP. And if any of you are flying with Air France in the near future, please grab us a copy...

Sneak peak of the beautiful design work done by participants of the first SKOP 7455 workshop. Full photo album to follow soon... #wdc642

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SKOP added 3 new photos — with Lara Kruger Nieuwenhuis and Roche Van Den Berg.

Having loads of creative fun with school kids of Langa for our #WDC642 SKOP7455 project @ Guga S'thebe!

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Note to all our freelance photographer / film maker friends: We have invited a group of high school learners to a free design workshop (as part of our World Design Capital project, SKOP 7455) in Langa next week and are looking for volunteers to document the creative process on the morning of Thursday 26 June. Please let us know if you are keen to contribute to the project. #wdc642

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So proud of all these South African Designers, but especially of SKOP partner Roche van den Berg from Roche.recycle.relove Keep up the great work! *Lara*

http://theculturetrip.com/…/top-ten-south-african-designers/

Share It is perhaps unsurprising that South Africa has long had a culture of recycling, upcycling, and ?make do and mend?.
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Thank you to Aurum Eve for featuring us on her curated site!

Leçon du jour... *Skop (Afrikaans) = Kick (English) South African designers Lara Kruger and Roché van den Berg of Cape Town have joined to form SKOP. Together they have taken on a challenge of upcy...
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SKOP shared a link.
Design Indaba | A better world through creativity | Cape Town-based design studio SKOP gave reject soccer balls a second life with their unconventional design.
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