Quintin Weyer’s contemporary blend of illustration and design is sharp, eye-catching, and heavily inspired by music.
Calling all illustrators and designers: Gangstar Gear is looking for creatives to help inmates at Drakenstein prison break free of gangsterism.
Give your dull ID photograph to Tyla Mason, and you’ll wind up looking like you stepped straight off of an indie film set.
Hugh Upsher shows us how to go from art graduate to bartender (and deal with heaps of unhelpful advice) in this comic.
Vega graduate Kyle Van Zyl’s work revolves around themes of social and environmental issues, consciousness and perception.
Keith Vlahakis openly admits to being indoctrinated by pop culture, finding muses in Yeezus and the institution of Star Wars.
Illustrator Musonda Kabwe spent December creating 30 character impressions of his Facebook friends.
When he’s not working as an art director at an ad agency, Coenie Grebe moonlights as a next level undercover illustrator.
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.