Kent Andreasen has published his first photobook – a limited edition, 96-pager titled 1991 (after his birth year) comprised of images shot between 2012 and 2014.
Gillian Benjamin believes in making a social impact through graphic design and in 2012, this led her to set up her own design business. We peek into her archives for some insight into her personal design evolution over the years.
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!
Nicework just released the 13th edition of NICE Magazine, a 210 page design and illustration extravaganza that took over a year to put together.
Cale Waddacor has given us a sneak peek into his soon-to-be-released book, ‘Graffiti South Africa’, that’s a visual feast of hundreds of vibrant images.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
FRIENDS is a men’s lifestyle publication initiated by Mathew Kieser (Sol-Sol Menswear) and Louis de Villiers (aka ‘skullboy’) which is set to launch in January 2015.
We’ve partnered with Umuzi Photo Club’s #P50 students to bring you a series of interviews in the lead up to the Levi’s Pioneer Nation festival. Here, Keneilwe Motshoeneng interviews Uno de Waal.
Today we’re looking at two utterly adorable elderly women, a fun little animation, colourful screenprints and some photographs that use the traditional still life as a springboard for exploring new territory. ONE – We know it’s old, but Trudy and Sylvia are so delightful we just had to share […]
Photographer and cinematographer Motheo Moeng recently teamed up with Onitsuka Tiger to kick off the Joburg version of their global ‘My Town My Tracks’ campaign. In the campaign video he goes around Johannesburg showing off the spaces and places that inspire him. In keeping with the theme of being inspired, we’ve decided to ask […]
King Adz’ latest book, ‘My Mzansi Heart’ published by Jacana Media, follows his encounters with different South African creative figures as well as his own personal history.
Here’s our list of 13 moonlighting creatives. These desk-bound bunnies by day effortlessly hop into completely different territory when the school bell rings, following their various creative pursuits.
Today we’re looking at a couple of odd and wonderful photographs, dreaming about imaginary travel destinations and going back to the future (and everywhere inbetween) with some fascinating illustrations. ONE – Johno Mellish launched a new site and along with it, revealed some fantastic new images. TWO […]
The award-winning South African novelist Lauren Beukes twists genre by merging reality with fantasy to tell dark and enthralling tales.
The South African literary magazine Prufrock has just celebrated its first anniversary, and to mark the occasion has received a brand-spanking new look. We chat to the editor and director to find out more.