Known for his incredibly detailed pen & ink illustrations, Cape Town based artist Bruce Mackay has been experimenting with new styles and techniques for recent work ranging from the editorial to the exhibited.
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Bruce Mackay is the latest South African illustrator, following on from Elise Wessels, to be featured in the weekly Dutch advertising journal, Adformatie.
The Econo-Heat ‘The Heat is On’ group exhibition is currently on at The Street concept store in Joburg.
After moving from their office in Greenpoint to a brand new studio in Woodstock, Bittersuite Advertising redesigned their business cards in a style inspired by the street art in their new neighbourhood.
This rainbow typeface with an unlikely name was created by Cape Town designer/artist Bruce Mackay.
David Chien has been living and working in The Netherlands since graduating from AAA in Cape Town in 2007. Recently he started a representative agency of South African illustrators to promote our local talent in Europe.
This not-to-be-missed-if-you-can-at-all-help-it illustration exhibition opens on Wednesday eve at Salon91 in Cape Town and is called Radar.
Side Street Studios‘ is focused on supporting the local art scene in Cape Town. The company offers affordable studio spaces around Woodstock for up and coming artists. Since the sale of the Woodstock Industrial Centre, these spaces are much-needed by the young design/art community. A group of these ex-WIC […]
A friend and fave of ours, Bruce Mackay, is having a solo show at Wolves Cafe throughout Feb. Here are some of his most recent works.