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.
With an eye for detail, a penchant for environmentalism, and numerous awards to her name, Vega graduate Sarah Mitchell is a young designer to look out for.
Marking the start of our graduate series this year, Kelvin Southwood’s work is instinctive yet thoughtful, and engaging to interact with.
Playful, scary, and adventurous design and illustration shine through in Ian Jepson’s latest poster series for an escape gaming company based in Seoul.
Philippus Johan Schutte combines vibrant colour, simple layout, and witty humour to create his own unique style of design. Read our interview with him here.
AAA Student Jamy Silver was awarded the best portfolio at the Behance Portfolio Review Night in Cape Town last week.
Kim van Vuuren’s design work is thoughful and sophisticated, her illustrations playful, slick and marvelously surreal.
Listen to a layered new track and a surprise EP while swooning over some otherwordly designs, a capsule collection inspired by liquidity and playful pieces of furniture.
MARK Studio’s name speaks to their ongoing mandate of ‘making a mark’ in their field through smart, simple, authentic design that makes a difference.
Johannesburg illustrator, designer (and bass guitarist) Elio Moavero has an affinity for music and describes his style as the “real deal rock ‘n roll hot sauce”.
Ahead of the Street Food Festival in Cape Town on Sunday, we’ve put together a list of tasty (but inedible) creations by local creatives. Feast your eyes on embroidered fruit, illustrated breakfast and clay interpretations of bagels.