Ian Lambert is studying graphic design and art direction at the AAA School of Advertising. In his spare time, and in the hope of making some extra money to help with his studies, he designs and makes these caps under the label Kado.
Carey Townsend is the owner of Girl About Town boutique PR agency. Representing some of our favourite local fashion brands, we thought Carey would be the perfect person to share what’s on her wishlist.
An infographic by Ogilvy Cape Town and BrandsEye for Carling Black Label which illustrates how far the Movember 2011 message travelled across the globe.
Adam Hill, a Cape Town based illustrator with a penchant for designing slick gig posters, is the second in our December series ‘Wishlist’.
Your Street, an initiative by Design Indaba, is now challenging Durban residents to propose ideas for improving their city.
We’re asking local creatives & bloggers what 5 South African products/gifts are on their wishlist this Xmas. Kicking us off is Kate Desmarais.
Tonight the second of Bacardi’s Creative Collective Markets, Together at Tjing Tjing, will be happening in Cape Town.
A 24 Hour flash competition from Design Indaba! Depict 11.11.11 and you could win R11 111,11 worth of Design Indaba Shop vouchers.
Cape Town is on fire, creatively-speaking of course. Not only has the Mother City been announced as the World Design Capital for the year 2014, but creatives continue to wow us with work of a stellar level.
Every now and then we like to catch up with SA creatives doing their thing abroad. This week we’re interviewing Agata Karolina Niemkiewicz about her day job as a systems and product designer in Eindhoven.
The annual graduate exhibition for Applied Design at NMMU opened last Friday and closes this Friday.
In just under two weeks, a high-level delegation, led by Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, will be heading to Taipei for the official announcement of the World Design Capital 2014 on the 26th of October.
Interpret Durban, presented by Street Scene Tours, is an event that showcases the city in the form of a design contest, fashion show, live music event and all round party. Here are the winners of the design competition:
The latest Wren collection to be launched is the Jute bag range. These are some images from the Jute shoot.
Local illustrators Simon Berndt and Clement de Bruin have been collaborating on a range of posters for After Dark Social Club in Melbourne, Australia.