05 Jan What You Might’ve Missed These Holidays
Happy New Year! We’re so excited to see what wonderful work 2015 brings, but before we get a minute further, here are some not-to-be-misseds that might’ve just slipped by unnoticed while you were soaking in sun and sea.
While we were taking a sabbatical from screens, SA’s creatives were busy as ever publishing photo shoots, music videos, unseen artworks and new editions. Take a look!
Tony Gum imagined a ‘Black Coca-Cola’ campaign:
Olivié Keck shared new work, illustrations titled ‘You’ll Play Lonely Games’, ‘What you doing later?’ and ‘Yes, I was jealous because you’re a swan’:
Jaco Haasbroek shared some new illustrations:
Ergoform added the Bonbons to their collection of office furniture:
Nakhane Toure did a cover of Joanna Newsom’s ‘Peach Plum Pear’:
Jody Paulsen created a collage a day:
Sonia Dearling made an illustration, ‘Carina’, for a colleague who left to travel the world:
A ‘Coup’ themed Prufrock 7 came out, and it features non-fiction by Megan Ross about the unrest in Thailand, Adriaan Odendaal’s recounting of the unspeakable acts of the ant and Rosa Lyster’s musings about being a teenager. In fiction are Jeannie McKeown’s “Miner, Funeral, Waiting Room”, Hannah Williams’s “Strangers in the Night”, Alice Edy’s “A Chicken Wing: Backwards”, and Edwige-Renée Dro’s “I Didn’t Come to Stare at Big Ben”:
Betina du Toit released two editorials – one for Vulture magazine and another titled ‘Day & Night’:
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