Oh Wow! – An Apple a Day, Animated Explosions and Barbesdesfleurs.

Today we’re looking at three winged creatures and their human counterparts, floral beards (yay for Spring!) and an animated explosion.

 

ONE –  A series illustrated by Miné Jonker of MUTI. Sailor’s Mate was included in “You Draw Like A Girl!“, the one night only illustration and print sale we hosted at Beijing Opera.

 

PRINCE'S WINGS by Mine Jonker

SAILOR'S MATE by Mine Jonker

WITCH'S EYES by Mine Jonker

 

TWO – Animated explosions by Gerhard Human.

 

 

THREE Emma-Jane Harbour collaborated with Zana on a limited edition banner (and she’s giving a few away on her blog!)

 

EJN x Zana

EJN x Zana Banner Colab

 

FOUR – The latest collection by Samantha Constable, photographed by Andrew Berry in the Joburg CBD and modelled by Anastasia Iskra.

 

Samantha Constable Clothing (2)

Samantha Constable Clothing (3)

Samantha Constable Clothing (4)

Samantha Constable Clothing (5)

 

FIVEBarbesdesfleurs photographed by Cullan Maclear.

 

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SIXStand Up Saul, a new track about living in South Africa by Go Barefoot. The first 100 downloads are free so get it here!

 

 

SEVENTo get lost is to learn the way, a collection of night time star timelapses concentrating on the Baobab trees in Livingstone Zambia and a montage of emotive 50fps footage shot in and around the town of Livingstone by Rory Allen.

 

 

EIGHT – Illustrations by Jaco Haasbroek for Tru-Cape’s Tru/False Campaign.

 

TRU: An apple a day really can keep the doctor away. Apples help reduce the risk of heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancers.
TRU: An apple a day really can keep the doctor away. Apples help reduce the risk of heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancers.
FALSE: A 1.5 metre apple tree was once found in a man's stomach. It was in full bloom and grew apples almost year-round.
FALSE: A 1.5 metre apple tree was once found in a man’s stomach. It was in full bloom and grew apples almost year-round.
TRU: Apples help keep you lean. They’re almost fat-free, and full of fibre that aids digestion.
TRU: Apples help keep you lean. They’re almost fat-free, and full of fibre that aids digestion.
FALSE: The world's heaviest apple weighed 74kg. It took 4 men to lift and 1082 people to eat.
FALSE: The world’s heaviest apple weighed 74kg. It took 4 men to lift and 1082 people to eat.

 

NINE – Photographs by Kope | Figgins for KLuK CGDT

 

Kope Figgins (4)

Kope Figgins (2)

Kope Figgins (1)

Kope Figgins (3)

 

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