Explore a variety of creative fields, from conventional to experimental. Follow in the footsteps of your hero or blaze your own trail. Below are some of the many creative disciplines Putter School students have pursued after leaving Putter School. All the work here is by past students!
Andrew Putter – affectionately known as “Putter” to his students - is a renowned teacher. Putter’s award-winning teaching
has launched some of South Africa’s most highly acclaimed professional creatives - who now work all over the world.
He has been at the forefront of teaching creative teenagers since the 1990s, and has taught and lectured at many schools, universities and colleges over the past 30 years.
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Daniel is a multi-award winning designer whose work has been seen all over the world. His clients include the New York Times, New York Magazine, and Men’s Health, New York.
Maciek is a legendary game designer. Featured here is a screen-grab from TOKYO 42, the game he developed in the UK for Mode 7. The game was released on PlayStation, Xbox and Steam.
Warren is a renowned street artist and designer. This image of Warren’s has appeared on the world’s top rated websites and blogs, and has been viewed more than 4 million times.
Chris is both a filmmaker and an architect. He was Project Architect on the world-famous ‘Boomslang’ Tree Canopy Walkway at Kirstenbosch, and won the coveted Berlin International Film Festival’s ‘Berlin Today Award.’
Discover what your future looks like while you’re still at school. Turn today’s passion into tomorrow’s brilliant career. Make an awesome portfolio that opens doors to tertiary study and the professional world. Make your voice heard!
Join forces with the best creative minds of your generation. The networks you form at Putter School will serve you throughout your future professional life, opening doors and paving your way!
Experts in fields like industrial design and graphic design are earning millions of rand a year. Today, the creative industries drive 25% of the world’s economy! There’s never been a better time to be a professional creative!