Local design studio Yay Abe is the brainchild of Russell Abrahams. We catch up with the studio for Graphic Art Month and take a look at some of their favourite works to date.
We speak to part-time lecturer and full-time artist Stephanie Simpson about her series of multimedia collages and how she uses them to tell stories.
We asked five of our favourite designers to illustrate the book cover to their imaginative autobiography. See what they came up with.
A guide to the day-to-day working life of a graphic designer according to: Karabo Moletsane, Tyla Mason, Sinomonde Ngwane, Xia Carstens and Hannah Shone.
John McCann is a name that many may be familiar with in the news media realm. We caught up with him for #GraphicArtMonth to find out how he turns news into visuals.
Simon Berndt’s illustrations are stylish and nostalgic with a retro rock’n roll feel. See our chat with the artist also known as One Horse Town.
Eight archival artworks spotlight the talent of Johnny Kotze – illustrator, designer and founder of creative studio The Motel.
140 BBDO is the agency spreading creativity for the greater good.
Cape Town-based artist, Joy Smith is valiant with her content. Her illustrations take on the topics of sexuality and identity through an LGBT+ lens.
Cape Town based illustrator and designer, Tammy Joubert, lets us into her creative world through words and playful graphics.
AHEM! is South Africa’s first gallery dedicated to illustration, concept art and animation. Read our quick interview with its founders.
By condensing the publishing process to a mere 12 hours, Book Dash is providing a wealth of new storybooks for children. We caught up with them at their most recent event in Jozi.
Phumlani Pikoli broke into the literary scene with his anthology, The Fatuous State of Severity, late last year. See our interview with the author about self-publishing, writing through troubled times, and multi-media narratives here.
See illustrations of Riky Rick, Emtee and Priddy Ugly by Durban-based graphic design student, Thabiso Radebe.
Graphic designer, Siya Masuku’s illustrated alphabet book demonstrates how pictures have the power educate young readers.