You may remember the Put Foot Rally last year which saw over 100 travellers in 25 teams go on an epic African adventure to raise awareness and money for the Put Foot Foundation whose aim is to get shoes on as many school children as possible.
Pieter Jordaan was one of the exhibiting artists at Printslam which we helped put together for Oppikoppi last year. We thought it was high time we shared some more of his work.
We’ve launched a design pop-up shop and everything is on sale!
Rad news from Toffie Pop Fest. If you don’t have the time or money to attend the conference in full but there are one or two speakers who you really don’t wanna miss then you can buy pay as you go tickets for just those talks.
After featuring Ruan Hoffman’s work for Sequoia Tees, the Amsterdam based company got in touch to let us know about other South Africans that have been involved.
This video features local designers and artists on what it means for Cape Town to be World Design Capital in 2014 and what they think needs to be done in the years leading up to it.
Wicked Pixels and The Jupiter Drawing Room did some really great work for the Design Indaba conference last week.
The 2012 Toffie Pop Culture Festival is just weeks away. At the 3 day, 2 stage event you can expect over 60 local and international speakers. Here’s the very exciting finalised conference line-up:
The next Pecha Kucha evening in Cape Town takes place on Tuesday the 6th. The poster was designed by Pulling Rabbits.
TrashBack is an incentivised recycling initiative which aims (and is succeeding) to clean, uplift and empower informal settlement communities through its uphinda-phindo! project. Now, they’re needing your design skills…
New Era produces more than 35 million caps per year, although none anything like what we saw last night at the New Era Introducing exhibition. Take a look!
We’re counting down the sleeps in anticipation for this year’s Toffie Pop Culture Festival.
Friends of Design is ready and eagerly waiting to welcome their newest recruits after a successful exhibition and graduation ceremony for 2011’s grads last week.
Customizing a pair of Converse is nothing new, sure, but Atang Tshikare’s custom designs are something special. Mixing and matching bright colours and often using afrocentric patterns, no two pairs of ZABALAZAAs are the same.
Local furniture & apparel store and design studio, Dark Horse, were asked to pitch an idea for Sanlam’s main exhibition space at the Joburg FoodWineDesign Fair.