Warren Editions was the the only print making studio from Africa to participate in the A/EB Fair in NY. We speak to Zhané Warren to find out more about the local printmaking scene.
For the love of print, we’ve hunted down a selection of interesting indie publications and are making mixed packs which you can buy right here and right now!
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
In ads this week we’re trying our luck at winning an overseas adventure by making Anne Hirsch sweat, and we’re looking at Taxi drivers with new eyes.
Born to Run Excellent customer service – which all of us have experienced to be lacking at times – is what differentiates the great from the good. When Mercedes-Benz launched a new brand tagline ‘Born to Run’, that guarunteed great service in record time, the South […]
Following the launch of their Hipster Hijacking video, Garagista Beer Co. has released a series of brilliant Anti-Hipster print adverts that really tell it like it is. The company’s slogan lets us know that Garagista is focused on delivering great tasting beer without the bullshit. To bring this […]
District Six Museum Print Campaign | 60 000 Stories That Will Never Be Demolished Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town have created a print campaign to promote the Walking Tours at the District Six Museum. The agency says: “During the apartheid years, the government forcibly removed […]
A look at the South African advertising campaigns out this week.
A new print campaign for the Cape Times envisions how things could have turned out for South Africa, had we all been better informed.
This newly released awareness campaign for the National Sea Rescue Institute was done pro bono by Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town.
As SA’s top online retailer, Kalahari.com needed to find a way to remind people that times have changed and that they could easily do all their festive shopping online.
TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris has launched a stirring print campaign for Mail and Guardian. The concept behind the campaign is conveyed through taking famous press photographs and removing the subjects so that only the locations are left.
With blood stock running dangerously low, The South African National Blood Service needed to send out an urgent call for donors, a message that needed awareness the equivalent to that of front page news.
As today is Guy Fawkes Day and the toughest time of the year for Animal Welfare PE, the organisation took over their local classifieds in The Herald, with the help of ad agency Boomtown and AlgoaFM, to remind people of the traumatic effects of fireworks on animals.
Joe Public Ignite created this print campaign for a school in Johannesburg that teaches in both English and Afrikaans. The ads feature a poem and sentences that can be read word for word – with only occasional changes in meaning – in both languages.