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Joanina Pastoll

Joanina graduated with a BA (FA) Information Design degree from the University of Pretoria (UP) in 1988. She has worked as design and creative director and as co-founder of Cross Colours, one of the country’s first women-owned integrated agencies, providing strategy, trough-the-line advertising, branding, packaging, promotion, exhibition, multimedia, product, décor and interior design services. Joanina’s sound strategic thinking and trendsetting approach for relevant conceptual solutions garnered both local and international recognition and earned her numerous awards.

In addition to her work in communication design, Joanina and her late husband David, established Studio Stirling in 2015 as a vehicle to realise her lifelong dream to design sculptural hanging furniture. The company designs and manufactures a range of South African-inspired handmade hanging chairs, loungers, daybeds, swings and other interior items.

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Joanina Pastoll Bubble Hanging Chair

Bubble Hanging Chair with stand – Joanina Pastoll

Joanina Pastoll Bird-Boxes

Bird Boxes – Joanina Pastoll

Joanina Pastoll Nestlé-Professional-Connect-Conference-Invitation Magnets-3

Nestlé Professional Connect Conference invitation: Magnets

Joanina Pastoll Nestlé-Professional-Connect-Conference-Invitation Perspex-Disruption-2

Nestlé Professional Connect Conference invitation: Disruption

Joanina Pastoll Nestlé-Professional-Connect-Conference-Invitation Lollipops

Nestlé Professional Connect Conference invitation: Lollipops

Joanina Pastoll Nestlé-Professional-Connect-Conference-Invitation Burnt

Nestlé Professional Connect Conference invitation: Burnt

Joanina Pastoll Nando S-Peri-Thread-Book-2

Nando’s Peri-Thread Book

Joanina Pastoll The-Bookbinder Il-Libretto-Notebooks-2

The Bookbinder: Il Libretto notebooks,

Joanina Pastoll The-Bookbinder Origami-Poster

The Bookbinder: origami poster

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