Oh Wow! – An Animated Music Video, Animals in Knits and Found Objects Turned to Art.

Today we’re watching a delightful animated music video directed by Sebastian Borckenhagen, looking at things that Ruann Coleman bent himself and listening to a (very) sneak preview of Desmond and the Tutus’ upcoming album.

 

ONE – The video for Miami Horror’s new single Wild Motion (Set It Free), directed by Sebastian Borckenhagen.

 

 

TWO – Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong.

 

Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong (3)

Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong (2)

Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong (4)

Branding for Mänifold by Daniel Ting Chong (1)

 

THREE – A sneak peek of heydarling.tv, coming soon! Branding concept and design by Jana + Koos and photography by Ross Garrett.

 

Darling Website

 

FOUR – Animals kitted (knitted?) out in Maxhosa by Laduma, illustrated by Rán Flygenring.

 

Animals wearing Maxhosa by Laduma, illustrated by Ran Flygenring

 

FIVE – Paintings by Daniella Mooney.

 

Painting by Daniella Mooney (2)

Painting by Daniella Mooney (3)

Painting by Daniella Mooney (1)

 

SIX – An album teaser and cover art for Enjoy Yourself, a 3-part album that Desmond and The Tutus will be releasing over the next 5 months.

 

 

Desmond and the Tutus

 

SEVEN – New pieces by Faith 47 in Durban’s Warwick triangle. She says: “I’m specifically interested in exploring this notion of the informal economy. I was struck by the potent energy of this area. The paintings are portraits of some of the traders in the area, a tribute to the everyday man on the street.”

 

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faith47 - pic by Michelle Hankinson -2

faith47 - pic by Luca Barausse Photography-8860

faith47 - warwick12

 

EIGHT –  A young artist seeking balance, Ruann Coleman‘s work consists of found objects sourced from nature and junk yards that he shapes or distorts so that they become free-standing sculptures or balance precariously against one another. We recently visited him in studio to see his process first-hand.

 

Ruann Coleman (4)

Ruann Coleman (2)

Ruann Coleman (3)

Ruann Coleman (1)

 

NINEExplore the Rubble Shore by Jean de Wet.

 

Explore the Rubble Shore by Jean de Wet

 

TEN – Photographs by Sean Metelerkamp, Wikus de Wet and Sipho Mpongo from their travels across South Africa for the Twenty Journey. Follow their progress here.

 

Sean Metelerkamp, Queenstown
Sean Metelerkamp, Queenstown
Wikus de Wet, inside the Cango Caves
Wikus de Wet, inside the Cango Caves
Sipho Mpongo, Children from PulaMadibogo Primary School swimming at the beach for the first time.
Sipho Mpongo, Children from PulaMadibogo Primary School swimming at the beach for the first time.

 

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