Art

And Friends exhibition this Friday

And Friends exhibition this Friday

Paul Senyol, Justin Southey and Bruce Mackay invite you to a one-night-only exhibition in our studio. Featuring artwork and live music by our friends: SamJam Ships to Norway MissJoon Michael Tymbios Andrew Breitenberg Debbie Turner Dylan Jones & Family Mareli Esterhuizen Nadia Kruger Juan Voges Decibel Audio 10 December from […]

Heuwels Fantasties – Noorderlig

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl5LaocojO4[/youtube] The new video from Heuwesl Fantasties, produced by amicollective. The video took 8 months to complete. Great work!

Issue 12 of Migrate out now

Issue 12 of Migrate out now

The 12th issue of the Loeries publication Migrate is available at Exclusive Books. The latest theme is Obsess. Creative Director of Migrate Roanna Williams says, “The pages are filled with work from people who are preoccupied with every pixel, full stop, exclamation mark, comma; every gram of stone-ground flour, every […]

Future Horror

Featured: Charmaine Taylor

Charmaine Taylor calls herself an Art Director, Designer and Illustrator, skimboarder, and general dish washer based in Cape Town. She calls her work The Horrors that Lie Within. This is some of it.

Roger Ballen at A WORD OF ART

Roger Ballen at A WORD OF ART

This Friday, 26 November from 6pm-11pm, award-winning, published, celebrated photographer Roger Ballen will be at /A WORD OF ART in the Woodstock Industrial Centre, 66-68 Albert Road. The evenings proceedings will include a talk by the photographer, illustrated with his work. Other photographs of his will be on display. Students […]

The Fake Sartorialist

The Fake Sartorialist

So you’ve heard of The Sartorialist, right? The blog by Scott Schuman, named one of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Design Influencers, is a collection of his photographs of The Best Dressed on the streets of the world. The Fake Sartorialist on the other hand is something quite different. Eduardo Cachucho […]

PaintingTheTown to create graffiti book.

PaintingTheTown to create graffiti book.

PaintingTheTown is a website that provides a photographic report on graffiti in Cape Town. As if that wasn’t cool enough, they’re now producing a book on Cape Town graffiti and you get to be involved via submissions of your graffiti or your photography of graffiti. If you would like to […]

Abri De Swardt

GRADEX’10

Gradex is the grad student exhibition for the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Stellenbosch. The exhibition is a student-led initiative, featuring a selection of works by Jewellery Design, Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design graduates. With the support of teaching staff, final year students take full responsibility […]

Faith47 – A fair exchange is not blind

Faith47 – A fair exchange is not blind

Faith47, “Here are 2 wine tanks I painted on the Fairhills wine farm which is a fair trade wine farm so I went along with the theme of fair trade. This artwork is about transparency within trade. I was invited by Fairhills to interpret the idea of fair trade. South […]

Swimming Upstream – Not just another photography project

Swimming Upstream – Not just another photography project

Swimming Upstream is a new project by Dutch photographer Kathalijne van Zutphen, capturing both the visages and the insights of young Cape Town creatives. The opening night is tomorrow the 11th of November and the exhibition runs until the 30th of November. In a series of portraits coupled with one-on-one […]

Moleskine Art

Moleskine Art

Carla Chait is a qualified dietician with a rather interesting hobby. When not being a qualified dietician, she is writing or filling up Moleskine journals with her art. These aren’t just any old doodles, each notebook becomes a series of images. Carla explains her process,” My journal of choice is […]

Cover art by Chris Valentine

Cover art by Chris Valentine

Chris is a graphic designer/illustrator/artist from Johannesburg and has recently completed some artwork for bands When In September and Execute the Wounded. He tells us what the bands were going for,”They wanted a unique illustrated feel for their albums that would stand out from other albums in their respective genres. […]