Jungle Jim is a bi-monthly African pulp fiction magazine founded in 2011 by award-winning director and writer Jenna Bass and illustrator and graphic designer Hannes Bernard.
In his 38 years as a Graphic Designer, Garth Walker has founded two of SA’s most highly regarded design studios; Orange Juice Design and later, Mister Walker. In 1995 he published the first issue of the experimental design magazine ijusi – a passion project in the truest sense which […]
Eat Out, ‘SA’s best guide to SA’s best food’, has undergone a transformation for the 2014 issue of the magazine.
Traffic Magazine, a new publication by creative agency Infiltrate Media, is a digital quarterly celebrating the art of the craftsman, the passion for vehicles and the related culture and lifestyle.
Prufrock is the new literary magazine started by Helen Sullivan and James King. Frustrated by the lack of a local New Yorker-esque equivalent, they set about creating their own.
Mia Ziervogel is the editor and owner of Dossier Magazine – a publication that she started over 7 years ago with the aim of bringing something timeless and lasting to the magazine world.
Legacy of the Mine is a photographic book by the 2012 Ernest Cole Photographic Award winner Ilan Godfrey concentrating on the legacy that mining has left behind in South Africa.
The first Annual of Information Architecture is being curated and created by Jason Hobbs and Andrea Resmini. The Annual will be a yearly large-format book that will showcase and provide critical discussion relating to works of information architecture from around the world.
This Saturday Fourthwall Books presents After the Mines, a publication by British photographer Jason Larkin. The incisive and wide-ranging photographic project explores the vast waste dumps created by Johannesburg’s gold mining industry.
The Stuff You Can’t Bottle: Advertising for the Global Youth Market is the latest book by author and youth content specialist, King Adz, and will be launching in SA this week.
The Pit is a South African website & zine (both printed and online) featuring the local underground bodyboarding culture through photography and videography.
The Cape Town Zine Project was started in July 2012 by artist and comic book maker, Sebastian Borckenhagen.
Wanting to create a graphic novel that’s on an international level but that takes place in his own country, Josh Ryba started writing a story based on the thought, “How cool would it be if Jan Van Riebeeck was a vampire?”
Naturally, sex is probably the easiest way to sell something. The theme for this issue of Gaschette Magazine is BANG – everything to do with sex and sexuality. In it you’ll find former K-TV star Jenna Dover in an sexy BDSM shoot, and Rowan Bailey… google him and […]
Just over 2 years ago, PaintingTheTown made a call for submissions for a graffiti book they wanted to produce. Painting Cape Town: Graffiti from South Africa is the result and is ready for orders!