iBi Art works hand in hand with corporates to match artists to the correct teams for corporate collaborations using art to communicate and express in the corporate arena. 

About Artist

The Olivia by Marina Walsh

iBi Art is proud to have worked with Marina Walsh on a year-long project to create a beautiful African sculpture, The Olivia. This was for The Fetal Medicine Research Institute at King’s College London Hospital, on behalf of Professor Kypros Nicolaides who is the founder of The Fetal Medicine Foundation.


The sculpture was commissioned to commemorate African Maternal and Perinatal Health. Dr Olivia Barigye was a great part of this wonderful project and, in collaboration with Professor Nicolaides, continues to assist doctors in Africa with this cause and in the prevention of African maternal and perinatal mortality.


An Investec communications programme was held in 2017 to inform staff on e-waste, how it is disposed of, and how corporates can be responsible with e-waste. Five artists created art for the Investec reception area over two days to show the process of making art using e-waste.

Artists used included Gordon Froud, Cathy Abraham, Bongi Bengu, Roger Trebilcock, and Layziehound.

Investec & Marina Walsh

Investec Cape Town Derby Trophy

iBi Art has collaborated with Marina Walsh to create the Investec trophies for its horse racing competitions

Investec Young Soccer Trophy

iBi Art has collaborated with Marina Walsh to create the Investec trophies for its soccer competitions

Schwartz Art & Jewellery

Schwartz Art & Jewellery was established in 1924 as a family business. When Robert Schwartz took over the business, he was all of 26 years old. He later married Gail, a jewellery designer, and together they grew an internationally recognised business specialising in unusual jewellery and diamond pieces. Now trading directly with clients and giving personalised attention to detail, Robert, Gail and Isa consult by appointment only. Isa Schwartz Gesseau is a director and does the marketing for the business.