A group show currently showing at Salon 91, ‘Past Futures’ explores matters of tension between man, technology and dogmatic religion.
Martin Mezzabotta likes dogs, Harry Potter, and the art of parody. When he’s not impersonating Sebastian the Crab in public, he also enjoys making zines.
Stephanie Simpson spends a good part of her days doodling away in studio – drawing creatures, people, and lots of cats.
Room Gallery is hosting second instalment of the Bright Night Project with works by Chris Saunders, Mzwandile Buthelezi, Karabo Poppy Molestane and more.
A lot has changed since we last featured Sonia Dearling two years ago. Her current work is brighter, more vivacious and bolder than ever before.
AAA Student Jamy Silver was awarded the best portfolio at the Behance Portfolio Review Night in Cape Town last week.
Each year Essie Letterpress rallies 13 South African artists, illustrators and designers to jointly compile a calendar for the months to come.
We’re ending this week off with a spontaneous musical collab, a drawing from a colouring book for grown-ups and some abstract, hand painted garments.
Jemma Kahn’s brainchild ‘We Didn’t Come to Hell for the Croissants’ is a titillating and devilish theatre show told in the Japanese style of Kamishibai.
Kim van Vuuren’s design work is thoughful and sophisticated, her illustrations playful, slick and marvellously surreal.
In this colourful collection of internet finds we’ve got some fun tote bag designs, a Boiler Room DJ set and a conceptual mini photo series.
A designer by day, Dillon Harland pursues self-initiated illustration projects to stay sane and develop his style. Peep his recent series of bizarre characters – three-eyed mermaid and seahorse-riding scuba diver included.
Maria Magdalena van Wyk creates delicate line drawings with black ink on paper. We find out more about her creative journey, her recent collaborative exhibition and what’s next.
‘Curious Creatures’ is a wonderfully whimsically illustrated book by Lize-Marie Dreyer about an odd-ball group of animal friends.
This week in internet finds: some amazing event artwork, whimsical belts, a haunting piece of music, a macrame installation and an intimate photo series.