To celebrate the launch of the new Nokia Lumia 1020, eight of South Africa’s most exciting photographers were given the opportunity to use the device to interpret the phrase: Nothing Else Comes Close.
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Last night, at The Waiting Room, we finally got to showcase the results of The Fashion Movie Project, that has been months in the making.
The Fashion Movie Project is an experiment in fashion films. We invited 9 young Cape Town photographers or photography teams to pair up with a styling student from Elizabeth Galloway and a local fashion label.
Last week Wednesday we hosted an experimental projection photobooth at the first This Is Film event, One Night Only.
Some photographs we took at the first ever This Is Film exhibition last night.
We’re so excited about this! In exactly 1 week’s time, THIS IS FILM – in association with Bombay Sapphire Gin, Orms Pro Photo Warehouse, Exposure Gallery, Mark Kalkwarf and us – invite you to a one night only event to celebrate all things film photography.
We decided to collect some inspiration for those entering Nokia Asha’s competition to find the next big street artist in South Africa.
If you visited Str.Crd last weekend you might’ve seen Sindiso Nyoni aka R!OT and Yo Yo Paint Crew hard at work, live painting murals inspired by the Nokia Asha.
Nokia Asha is searching for the next big street art name in South Africa.
We were invited back to the Ford headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan at the end of June for their annual design & trends conference and a look into the future.
We’ve launched a design pop-up shop and everything is on sale!
With visions of Eminem in mind and only mildly panicked that my car knowledge was little to non-existent, I headed to Detroit to visit Ford’s Design & Innovation Fantasy Camp and the North American International Auto Show.
Yesterday saw some awesome tributes to the Black Tuesday protests and since, brands like Playboy have been jumping on the band wagon. Here is a collection of responses.
eLLo and black koki, two artists with backgrounds in various art disciplines and design, founded love and hate in 2004 as a platform to showcase new work, collaborate in different fields, curate productions and to direct creative projects.
PASTE, a street art exhibition, has been going up around Cape Town’s inner city and Khayelitsha over the last few weeks. This video, filmed and edited by Richard Aaron, documents the whole project.