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.
Playful, scary, and adventurous design and illustration shine through in Ian Jepson’s latest poster series for an escape gaming company based in Seoul.
The Good News has landed in Cape Town, decorating lampposts with witty headlines like “Limbo dancer reaches new low”.
The end of the month and another poster roundup. The Plastics have been touring Europe and the UK and Simon Berndt is the man behind the tour poster. Nena Maree made a beautiful poster for Medicine Boy playing at the Waiting Room with The Taros and The […]
Welcome to our first post in the new format. Instead of every week, from now on we will have a monthly roundup of posters gathered from the events that blew you away.
So sad to see The Dollfins leaving the scene and if you weren’t planning on going I hope Ben Rausch convinced you. Who doesn’t love dolphins and lasers?
Together with InAWE Stays we’ve just launched an InAWE Residency Programme! First up is artist Fort Rixon.
Toby2Shoes kicks today’s post into gear with his poster for the Africa Special at the All Nations Club in Salt River.
We kick off our Poster Picks with the incredible work of Business for Satan for the latest album by WildernessKing.
To get this long weekend started, let’s have a look at the best posters for upcoming gigs.
This week’s Social Contract’s Poster Picks features Mr T, a robot, primary colours and 3D type.
Today we kick off with Sean Rose and his poster for Rock Night at The Assembly with Beach Party and The Plastics.
While most are getting ready for RAMfest, we still have some action in the cities.
Anja Venter is first up today with the luchador armadillo and pretty fun line-up at Manila Bar.
Social Contract’s Poster Picks – your visual cue for what gigs to get to.