Check out the second installation of Audrey magazine, a digital mag showcasing the current coolness of the South African creative industry. You can download the entire magazine in PDF format from their site (it’s too big for us to link to it directly or upload it to our server). The […]
Our sister/brother/cousin site MARKLIVES! has another of their issues out, this time focusing on: A Blueprint to surviving in ad land during the recession The latest edition of Mark Magazine, the business magazine about people, is now available. It is themed Blueprint (to surviving in ad land during the recession) […]
Voice Magazine, the newly launched digital magazine that we featured a while ago, is opening up their call for submissions. Download their submission form here and send it off to them. Click through for a preview. BRIEF: LOVE; HURT; PRIDE; WORK; FUTURE As an evolving publication in an evolving medium, […]
The digital arm from Saatchi and Saatchi, AtPlay, has been the first agency in South Africa to implement the much hyped up, but very cool, new technology called Augmented Reality. AtPlay produced a work where you would get a flyer, show the flyer in front of a Mac at the […]
Voice Magazine is a collaboration between mooredesign & MagMagMagazines, a new online publishing software developed in Switzerland. The result is a progressive platform for the exploration of online communities and networks. THE PILOT The first issue utilises the existing network of the creator. Having a circle of musicians, artists, photographers, […]
Springleap is an online t-shirt clothing store. Each month a winner is chosen based on the highest average community rated score for a design. The winner, plus 19 runners up, will see his/her design printed on high quality slim cut t-shirts that can be ordered via Springleap.com or bought at […]
The Pendoring awards always has a brilliant campaign attached to it. We don’t know who produced the ads though. Drop us a line in the comments if you know. UPDATE: Marklives! has an update on the rest of the ads, as well as the producers (Joe Public).
We’re kicking off our Interviews with a couple of questions we posed to Elizabeth Janse van Rensburg who heads up Chew the Magazine – a digital magazine on fashion, design and other creative works. Check out the site here.
We know election day seems like ages ago, but these posters were too cool not to feature. And hey, if your thumb is still black (like mine) then you are still eligible for a free roll! The posters were done by Black River FC. Be sure to take a look […]
Lana spotted these two billboards next to each other, the one is from Jupiter Drawing Room and reads: “So we hear this recession thing is bad for business?” Right next to that, there is a massive red billboard from Ogilvy reading: “Does your agency think this ‘recession thing’ isn’t bad […]
Check out the print work from Black River FC for Nando’s – It seems you might just be able to eat and drink for free this election day! Click through for the video, Please note that the video was not produced by Black River FC, but by an agency called […]
Wimpy is doing their bit for democracy by encouraging South African voters to head to the polls. Place your vote and head over to Wimpy for your free cup of coffee. It’s their way of saying thank you for being a responsible citizen. Well done to Wimpy and their agency, […]
This is the very first campaign for Mancream, a new product made from 100% local ingredients, making it the first Proudly South African Shaving Cream on the market. Unfortunately, we can’t seem to find out which agency is responsible for the campaign so we’re asking you to tell us Who’dunnit? […]
This is an ad done by King James for the Cape Argus which appeared in the Sax Appeal. It got first place for Ad of the Month in the magazine print category. Creatives: Jabu Sigege (Copywriter) and Rachel Brown (Art Director). Creative Director: Alistair King
The latest VW Citi Golf campaign introduces us to the concept of the Recessionista: a fashion-forward individual who looks good despite “these tough economic times.” They are fashionistas making the most of the recession. They pillage their grandmother’s wardrobe, find ultra-stylish clothes at thrift stores and invent super-cool pastimes that […]