We found this interesting advert for WWF and SASSI, but have no idea who'dunnit? Can anyone shed some light on this campaign? UPDATE: Who Dunnit solved. click through to find out.

DRAFTFCB Cape Town made use of the hype about missing tiger Panjo for a tactical ad for one of their clients, Savanna. They say, 'With all the hype in the press and on TV news about Panjo the missing Bengal Tiger, we couldn’t let this golden...

zebra - Quasiem Gamiet If you were wondering where all the zebras came from, we've got the scoop. The World for All Foundation recently recruited 33 Cape Town artists to design and execute an artwork on 33 life-sized zebras as part of their Not All Is Black And White initiative. The finished artworks are scattered around the city and we went on a mission to see how many we could find. Each unique, conceptual artwork was inspired by a quote from Nelson Mandela. We caught up with local artist Quasiem Gamiet and asked him to tell us about his zebra (pictured above). The quote that i chose was: "Extremists on all sides thrive, fed by the blood lust of centuries gone by." My concept is real simple, I left the head black and white and painted the rest of the stripes as flames, because “whether you are black or white, if you have hatred/anger you will be engulfed in flames unless you try and make a difference yourself”. Unfortunately most of the zebras have lost their tags in the rough Cape Town winter so the names of the artists are missing. Please send us names of artists in the comment section if you know anyone who was involved. They deserve a mention! Click through to see more zebras.
Renee Rosouw's illustrations on between 10 and 5 Renee Rossouw completed a Masters in Architecture at the University of Cape Town in 2009  and is currently doing a Masters in Product Design in Madrid. Renee spends her spare time playing around with illustration work; these usually accompany a project that she is working on. Other times it just aims to document an event, space or idea. She is inspired by world cities and cultures, from extra large buildings to small tile details. She is also fascinated by the use of colour. Read Renee's Blog here: http://contemporarydesignandarchitecture.blogspot.com View a stop animation done by Renee here at www.vimeo.com/9768245

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzKFZVENo6A Here's a teaser for the new Lucky Pet ad by The Jupiter Drawing Room. Wondering what the final tvc will be like!...

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