Muti’s ‘Voyages Extraordinaires’ poster, inspired by the compilation of the same name by French Novelist Jules Verne, has been recognised at the 2015 World Illustration Awards.
Ahead of the Street Food Festival in Cape Town on Sunday, we’ve put together a list of tasty (but inedible) creations by local creatives. Feast your eyes on embroidered fruit, illustrated breakfast and clay interpretations of bagels.
Chris Saunders teamed up with the Ribane siblings on a beautiful shoot, Birthday Girl covered a Grizzly Bear song and Jumping Back Slash has a new EP out plus we take a peek inside the new issue of iJusi mag.
In Oh Wow! this week: the amazing cover art for Petite Noir’s upcoming album and volume 3 of a cross-continental music project.
In Oh Wow! this week we’re looking at an incredible origami window display that took over 45 hours to complete while listening to ‘wilderness techno’.
We’d have high hopes for anything that describes itself as a “lucid pop album inspired by mid-eighties animation” and, thankfully, Markus Smit did not disappoint with his solo project Akira.
Today we’re paying attention to 14 independent South African design studios or collectives who are setting high standards and whose work proves that bigger is not necessarily better.
An 80s animation inspired music video, a debut experimental rap project and a story about a zombie apocalypse in the Karoo.
The things we’ve collected in today’s Oh Wow! include: the covers of classic books reimagined, mirrors used in land art installations, and a photo series examining the ‘performance of self’ through hairstyles.
20 years after its release, MUTI pay homage to Tarantino’s cult classic film, Pulp Fiction, through a series of character portraits and illustrated posters.
Today we’re looking at some gorgeous pieces by up-and-coming fashion designers, an illustrated series of awkward “non-events” and a ceramics range that makes us crave licorice. Oh, and since it’s Halloween, we’ve ended off with a bit of creepy goodness. ONE – The ELLE Rising Star Design Award finalists, […]
MUTI has produced a new series of illustrated posters inspired by the look of classic Bollywood movie posters but telling the stories of South African struggle icons Nelson Mandela, Oliver Tambo and Steve Biko.
In this edition of wow-worthy bits of illustration, art and design collected during the course of the week we’ve got a famous filmmaking duo illustrated in hot tropical colours, hilariously obvious words of “wisdumb” and some lovely jewellery hand-crafted with natural elements.
Promoting yourself (and of course, your unmatched skills) can be one of the hardest things to do – as anyone who has tried to design their own business card is likely to agree. And often, despite your best intentions, finding the time to do this falls waaaay back on the […]
We chat to illustrator, co-founder of MUTI and boxer, Mine Jonker, to find out more about running a business and getting hit in the face every morning before hitting the studio.