Our love for Louis Minnaar will never die, and seeing Bittereinder on my birthday will make this one quite special. Simon Berndt keeps bringing out posters that are equal to the US Psych scene counterparts. Bateleur and Holiday Murray are getting ready to tour and Ian Jepson […]
Ian Jepson keeps churning out great work and I think the poster community should be proud.
Bruno Morphet sets the mood for today’s Poster Picks. We always love the illustrations BrentBlack Studios creates for the Park Acoustics gigs.
We are all excited for either One Night in Cape Town or Oppikoppi right about now, but there are more gigs happening this week.
Annika de Korte made the spectacular poster that kicks this post off. Nice texture, another one I wish was screenprinted.
The quirky and fun poster by Shane Durrant is bound to get you in the mood for a kiff party with the Tutus.
Today we kick off with Ian Jepson, who has featured regularly on these pages, with his Yoh! Birthday poster.
The return of Jacques Strauss with an epic cut and paste, punk rock looking poster straight out of the ’80s.
Michael Dos Ramos let’s you in on It Came From the Jungle’s 7th birthday party, and if you’ve ever been, you know it’s killer. Dylan Rooibokkie’s old school style posters are popping up everywhere and we absolutely love them. Lastly, Bruno Morphet’s Fiction Fridays posters always has their space in our […]
We all missed out last week so we added two of Bruno Morphet’s posters, this week’s superhero and last week’s epic Clockwork Orange poster. We couldn’t help ourselves.
Bittersuite designed this poster campaign for SANCCOB to alert the public to the rapid decline of the African Penguin population
Two great illustration posters today. Michael dos Ramos kicks Durban into gear with the Uber Cool 4th Birthday Party at Origin. Simon Berndt and Psych Night rolls into town once again, all the way from space. Posters curated by Social Contract. Follow us @Social_Contract
Simon Lee made this cool looking poster for “Club Tropicana” and we are loving the font choice.
Bruno Morphet finally uses Napolean Dynamite as a pop culture reference for Fiction Fridays.
Too many good posters this week so let’s get this going.