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.
Founded by Jozelle du Plessis in 2013, Party Bunch & Co is a Cape Town based design studio that creates bright and fun stationery to get you in the mood for a party.
New music and visual treats; we’ve got you covered in this week’s Oh Wow instalment of internet goodies.
The branding for The Coal Collection was designed to showcase the bold African wax prints that inspire the design behind their clothes.
A small preview of a solo exhibition, a dreamy photoshoot in the dunes, graphic interpretations of the weather and the first single from a Cape Town pop band.
Sk8 for Gr8 aims to broaden children’s ideas around what makes a “viable” career by pairing them with talented local designers in a series of workshops.
South African designer and illustrator Justin Poulter created a mini-series of abstract, psychedelic and biological-inspired graphics for Herbal Skateboards.
Dominic H. Roberts is an independent graphic designer. He likes clean lines and uses art history to inform his critical thinking and problem solving.
The corporate identity for Howard Audio was created using cymatics, making it possible to explore what effects different sounds and instruments would have on a physical logo.