Soaking up the great vibes, creative stimuli and varied works at the Design Indaba, was a contingent from Greatstock, leading South African provider of visual solutions.
Greatstock enjoyed many of the high-level presentations of the Indaba itself, and also shared the Bizcommunity stand at the expo.
MD Margi Sheard reports that there was great interest in Greatstock's offering of photographic imagery and motion content ("footage").
Posters featuring the works of Greatstock photographers Michael Meyersfeld, Mark Lanning and Graham de Lacy were a runaway success amongst attendees: "We're particularly proud of our local shooters, and the top-level imagery they're contributing to our aFRIKA collection. The great response, to Meyersfeld's charming image of two angelic Alexandra songstresses, comes on the heels of his winning two AOP (Association of Photographers) awards in London recently. We work on many levels where creative and design sensibilities feature strongly in our thinking, so the Design Indaba is a natural for us - we thrive on great design"
Greatstock represents many of the world's leading image collections such as Corbis but is also known worldwide for its acclaimed African and South African imagery.
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