Psych Night is still going strong and Simon Berndt never disappoints.
Sean Rose kicks off today’s post with his jungle themed poster for The Assembly.
I am excited to be back on Between 10 and 5 for another year and curious to see what creative South Africa is going to do in terms of gig posters. Let’s hope we see many more screen printed beauties.
Night Beats’ SA Tour poster by Simon Berndt, a smoking dragon by Louis Minnaar, and Happy 6th Birthday to The Assembly by Ian Jepson.
If you follow our Poster Picks then you know that I have a special love for old school looking DIY posters, therefore I cannot let any one of Dylan Rooibokkie’s posters sneak past without a high five.
Side Street Fest looks like the best party of the weekend and the poster is certainly a drawing card. Be sure to drop in there.
First up we have BrentBlack Studios doing the monthly Park Acoustics flyer. I do like how he seems to get new inspiration every time.
Andreas Schonfeldt has been busy with the Make Overs tour to Cape Town. Catch them at one of the many gigs this week and buy one of their albums on vinyl.
Baden Moir takes the piss with his Miley Cyrus inspired poster to commemorate Halloween at The Manila Bar.
This week every club in SA is going for Halloween vibes.
Bruno Morphet throws a punch at Bruce Lee with his latest Fiction Fridays poster.
With Rocking the Daisies just behind us everything feels a bit quiet in Cape Town, except for the afterparty happening at The Assembly this weekend. Yet another Ian Jepson poster to stare at. Doktrine breaks out the most awesome looking posters, just wish I would stumble onto them more often. BrentBlack Studios made the […]
It is great to see a new Jaco Haabroek poster doing the rounds again, and the Last Dinosaurs tour should get you excited also.
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.