About the Unity Murals artists
How Unity Murals started:
Zesta en Page33 begonnen rond 2005 te freelancen als muralisten in Zuid-Afrika.
In 2011 begonnen ze samen te werken onder de naam Sweetooth Productions en maakten ze muurschilderingen voor lokale, internationale klanten in alle sectoren en overheidsdiensten, en schilderden ze in alle grote steden in Zuid-Afrika.
De internationale vraag groeide en het duo verhuisde naar Nederland, waardoor reizen voor internationale projecten gemakkelijker werd.
Onze naam lag voor de hand: we promoten graag UNITY…
en we houden ervan om MUURSCHILDERINGEN te schilderen…
Zesta juxtaposes characters, portraits and city-scapes with abstracted letter forms.
Born in Johannesburg, his introduction to murals was through graffiti in 2000.
As a visual thinker and self-taught artist, graffiti and street art seemed an obvious fit which quickly became an obsession.
Demand for his work grew organically into a portfolio of diverse projects and experiences. He has contributed to projects awarded Loeiries and Young Directors awards, including a stop animation for Vodacom and a national mixed media campaign for Peugeot. His clients include businesses of all sizes, government departments and private clients.
Brands he has worked with include NetFlix, Converse, T-Mobile, Peugeot, Jaguar, BMW, Mercedes, Nandos, Saatchi&Saatchi, GHD, Vodacom, Palladium, Intel, Vumatel, Cricket South Africa, Standard Bank, Nedbank, ATCQ, Deloitte, Seacom, Yahoo and T-Mobile.
Drawing from her experience in fine art, fashion and dance, Page33 uses her knowledge of different mediums, forms of expression and insights from different sides of the table from within the art industry.
She painted her first mural in 2001 and fell in love with large scale painting in 2011.
Her painting style combines realistic and traditional with interesting line work.
With a degree in fashion design and after working for Everard Read Gallery, she is passionate about the impact public art has on the emotions and behavior of those who experience it, something she enjoys about transforming public spaces.
Although she has exhibits her artwork she wants to continue painting murals, permanent feature walls in institutions and public murals for cities around the world.
Brands she has worked with include Netflix, GHD, Jaguar, Harambee, Vumatel, A Tribe Called Quest, Opera, Joe Public, BMW, Nandos, Seacom, Ruckus Wireless and Converse.