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Cartoons for training: "Monks"

Client: Louw Redelinghuys (Sea Harvest)

A loyal client of ours, Louw Redelinghuys* (previously of Marine Products / MarPro training department), asked us in 1992, when Konrad was still a graphic design student, to draw them a series of cartoons for use in their training programmes for workers, and he's been doing it ever since.

There has been a (much needed) trend among corporations to train workers to create a sense of ownership and pride in their work life. Because of the fact that a large proportion of the population in South Africa are illiterate workers, attention-grabbing, humourous cartoons are an ideal tool.

In this cartoon we portrayed two humourous, serene Buddhist monks greeting. The cartoon symbolised the company value respect.

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* Louw Redelinghuys now offers his highly successful programmes to other companies – phone him on 083 303 9441 if you are interested.

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