First Thursdays and Open Design host ‘Open Thursday’ on 29 August, a special East City edition of First Thursdays in celebration of the Open Design Festival.
Long-time friends Gareth and Charles opened Latitude 33 in January 2013. The idea was to create a space inspired by laid-back surf culture, and some of their travels.
The Handle Bar in Sea Point is a unique combination between a bicycle shop, and a café. Here they sell and fix bikes and gear, but also serve a mean cup of coffee.
The concept behind Field Office is simple; it serves as an office-out-of-the-office. South African product designers Pedersen + Lennard first opened the Field Office in Barrack Street to show off some of their slick furniture and smaller household items.
What do The Old Biscuit Mill, Indigo Properties, the Daddy Long Legs chain of off-beat accommodation and The Woodstock Exchange have in common? They’re all owned by the same three people.
It’s all systems go as the city of Cape Town prepares for its year as World Design Capital in 2014.
Flower Safari is a group exhibition and a celebration of Spring taking place this Thursday in Cape Town.
In response to the rampant poaching of South Africa’s rhinos, the Green Renaissance team created this highway memorial for the 312 rhinos that have been killed during the first seven months of 2012.
Starting today, the water conservation NGO, FLOW (For the Love of Water) is urging 10 000 Twitter users to #CloseTheTap using only tweets. The website developed for the campaign live streams a running tap – a symbol for daily water wastage. The tap, connected to Twitter will close with water saving tweets carrying […]
We’re counting down the sleeps in anticipation for this year’s Toffie Pop Culture Festival.
An exhibition featuring the typographic stylings of Ben Johnston, One Horse Town and Jason de Villiers taking place at Yours Truly in Cape Town on Friday.
‘Rule of Thumb‘ is the brainchild of three students who felt the need to further explore their creative potential. In the first series of mens T-shirts, two ranges have been designed. The range of printed t’s was inspired by iconic natural objects of South Africa such as the protea, […]
Influenced by society fundraisers in New York, 5 For Change aims to get Cape Town all dressed up and to change perceptions about philanthropy. The initiative, set to become an annual affair, is dedicated to raising awareness of five inspiring social enterprises while, quite literally, having a ball.
Heather Moore, the designer behind Skinny Lamix, has opened her very own store at 201 Bree Street, Cape Town, just in time for Christmas.
Local students Samantha Jones, Ryan Vermooten, Johann Botha & Callum Pickard have been fixing holes in walls around Bo-Kaap with colourful Lego blocks as a contribution to the global Dispatchwork art project.