With refreshing clarity, Ben Eagle’s graphic art just is. “I’m not trying to make art that confuses people,” he declares.
In a fun experiment, we asked 7 up and coming designers to try their hand at giving some of South Africa’s much-loved staples a new look.
Though Vumile Mavumengwana’s work is varied, it contains a distinctly South African feel, accomplished through locally-inspired colours and patterns.
To keep herself creatively fit, illustrator and artist Helga Malan set herself the goal of doing an illustration every day of this year.
Warning: If you’re sensitive to vivid and fast moving objects, steer clear. If not, get ready to feast your eyes.
In light of #GraphicArtMonth we’re revisiting our Show & Tell series of talks to bring you a special graphic design edition on Wednesday 6 April.
From graphic design and illustration as a day job to art direction, going freelance and hosting his own exhibitions, Si Maclennan has done it all.
Sip on this. In celebration of Graphic Art Month, we bring you a selection of fetching design work bedecking alcohol labels.
South Africa’s most dynamic branding duo, Jana + Koos reflect on a few of their significant design projects and explorations in art over the years.
Joey Hi-Fi knows that a picture is worth more than a thousand words, no matter the length of the book he’s designing the cover for.
If you need eye-catching visuals for a cool gig or event, Ian Jepson’s your man. We chatted to the prolific poster designer about his process.
“I was born with a pencil in my hand”, says graphic designer Eva Faerch, whose illustration work is made with paint, ink or digital vectors.
Quintin Weyer’s contemporary blend of illustration and design is sharp, eye-catching, and heavily inspired by music.
Vega graduate Kyle Van Zyl’s work revolves around themes of social and environmental issues, consciousness and perception.
Red & Yellow graduate Kirsten Bennett has a sharp and often humourous approach and a love for the honesty of hand crafted work.