Behold, the hoop art of your dreams! We take a look at the needlework of Cape Town-based designer-maker Andie Reeves.
Cynthia Fan’s floral designs are loose and fluid, accentuating the beauty of their individual elements. See arrangements of her stunning stems here.
Owning a small business is full of risk and rewards. Get to know the entrepreneurs behind online-based Pâtisserie Studio, LionHeart.
Patience and play go hand in hand when making perfume. We visited fragrance alchemist Agata Karolina to learn how it’s done.
Debbie Turner’s day job as a senior digital designer at Liquorice Agency had her eager to experiment with a more tactile art form. The medium of collage fit this bill.
A beautifully embroidered vintage racket, some totally bizarre but delightful illustrated GIFs and an EP that’s at once danceable and intriguing.
Rounded corners, non-symmetrical shapes, weird, unshapely shapes, shapes like ears and the outlines of eyes – these are the many shapes of WAIF.
RAKKY is for people who find joy in wearing something unusual, who appreciate the peculiar and who aren’t averse to a bit of anti-minimalism.
For Amor Coetzee, creating is the ultimate freedom, a standpoint which led her to establish Dayfeels as an outlet for the simple line drawings and clay pieces that she creates.
Fantastic cover art (x2), tote bags for steppin’/poppin’/groovin’ out, a sweet short film and a beautiful game about music and connections.
Minimalism speaks of restraint: it’s about adding nothing more, or less, than what is essential. This can easily translate to be harsh or uninspiring, but a minimal approach can also lead to something that is aesthetically beautiful and truly satisfying. This is what we wanted to highlight in our minimal-list, […]
A collection of beautiful, local art and design items that would make a welcome addition to any home – organised according to colour.
Ceramic Factory’s quirky ceramic items take the form of robo-dogs, dinosaurs and even Darth Vader. Emphasising fun, functionality and affordability as key staples; Rial Visagie founded Ceramic Factory in December 2012 and has since been dreaming up a delightful new collection every six months.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
In this edition of wow-worthy bits of illustration, art and design collected during the course of the week we’ve got a famous filmmaking duo illustrated in hot tropical colours, hilariously obvious words of “wisdumb” and some lovely jewellery hand-crafted with natural elements.