As a few of South Africa’s prominent creative festivals are just around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to roundup the local art and design fairs you have to look forward to in 2015.
Author: Amber Cowie
Web Bandit has recently created The Web Factory – an online service aimed at graphic designers, ad agencies and creatives which takes care of the coding that is vital in any website creation process.
Nicci Martin is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator who works from her home studio in Johannesburg.
King Adz’ latest book, ‘My Mzansi Heart’ published by Jacana Media, follows his encounters with different South African creative figures as well as his own personal history.
Chapel was founded by Caleb Pedersen in 2009 after an unsuccessful search for a good-looking, locally made backpack to use while cycling around Cape Town.
With the Loeries judging panel being a selection of industry elites who are focusing mainly on creativity and innovation, we wondered how their choice of ‘good ads’ would compare to public opinion.
On September 20th, seven global creative leaders will be sharing their industry wisdom with a South African audience at the International Seminar of Creativity, part of Loeries Creative Week Cape Town.
Mohau Modisakeng is a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Johannesburg.
Art Map South Africa is a site created for anyone looking to find out more about museums, galleries, alternative art spaces, magazines, events, development organisations and tertiary institutions across the country.
The Foschini Group has released a new range of gift cards designed by Am I Collective which were made to reflect the brand characteristics – creativity, innovation, style, choice and quality.
It’s almost time for the exhibition of the Mandela Poster Project; an initiative that was created to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 95 years of life through art.
BRAAMOPOLY is a project created by Laura Burocco; an Urban planner focused on public and private developments in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Situ, a collaboration between jewellery designers Philippa Green and Ida Elsje and architect/ diamantaire Gregory Katz, has launched a new collection; Refractive Dust.
A new documentary style video following the Rising Phoenix Magic Bus Tour has just been released by Ross Hillier, Johno Mellish and Nicolaas Van Reenan.
Red Huxley are a young rock band from Cape Town. Due to a mix of talent and fate the trio have now arrived in California to record their debut album with Dave Catching from Eagles of Death Metal.