During their brief stay in the Mother City, Megan and Mike Gilger were so inspired that they collaborated with Over to create an app celebrating Cape Town.
Cape Town’s award-winning Am I Collective, that clan of magical illustrators, typographers and animators, were recruited by JWT Melbourne to create these posters for Oliver Brown Belgian Chocolate Cafe.
An interview with Graham Paterson, a Cape Town based Illustrator, Graphic Designer and Art Director at Digital Agency Visual Architects (now Made).
The Cabinet, Cape Town’s latest design gallery and pop-up project space, launched their inaugural exhibition, titled Paper Cuts, now online too.
In a witty move, Si Maclennan decided on Attention Seekers as the title and concept for this collection of “unashamedly self-promotional typography”.
CT Type, or Cape Town Typography, is a new site collectively celebrating the signage around the city of Cape Town.
Corné and Twakkie are back in a new TV commercial for Beacon Allsorts.
Canadian born, Cape Town raised Ben Johnston has been hard at work this year so far taking on the daunting task of developing his own CI and completing a series of beautiful type-based pieces for the exhibition Back In Five Minutes.
Anthony Neil Dart is a South African Designer/Director currently living and working in Vancouver. His stylish work is characterized by custom fonts, considered layouts and ordered mashups of beautiful people, design elements and data.
Illustrator and graphic artist Dani Loureiro produced some incredible pieces for Back in 5 minutes, a typography and custom lettering exhibition at Salon91 in March.
Graphic designer Ben Johnston has called on a few other local designers to take part in a typography and custom lettering exhibition opening on the 27th of February at Salon91.
Illustrator, graphic designer and one of our fave (hopefully temporary) exports, Justin Poulter, is back in Cape Town after a few thousand hours spent at UK-based, award-winning, design studio I Love Dust.
We caught up with freelance graphic designer, Luke Ritchie, to see what he has been up to over the last year; and we were really pleased with what we found.
Though Natasha Prinsloo is currently in her fourth and final year as a Graphic Design student at North-West University, her budding design career has already seen some major highlights.
Rudi de Wet is a full-time designer/illustrator sought after for his bold hand-lettered typography and interior murals.