Sahre Victore Wilker is a graphic design workshop led by Paul Sahre, James Victore & Jan Wilker. Usually held in New York City where all three live and work, thanks to Design Indaba and NAMPAK they’re in Cape Town for the first time this year. We report from a guest lecture held last night.
Missibaba’s bright and playful new collection was inspired by the Edward Lear poem, The Owl and The Pussycat.
Yesterday, we-are-awesome broke the news that Mr Price is currently selling T-shirts featuring a photo by local Cape Town photographer, Kelly Berold. Unfortunately, Kelly never gave permission for them to use it and our understanding is that neither have the models given permission for their images to be used […]
This September from the 9th to the 18th, Creative Week Cape Town will be taking place. The full programme includes discussions, exhibitions, tours, film, music, art and innovative events. Here are a few highlights:
Hey Cape Town cyclists, have you seen this yet? The Cape Town Bicycle Map was developed by the publishers of Mobility magazine and organisation Ride Your City, to encourage more people to use bicycles as a mode of transport.
This video was made to show why Cape Town should be named the World Design Capital in 2014.
AdVantage magazine decided to give 10 ‘younger’ agencies an opportunity to portray their interpretation of creativity in advertising today.
The five finalists for the Southern Comfort Creative Exchange competition were voted on by the public and the winners have been decided!
Henriette Rademan lectures 1st year Visual Communications students at AAA school of advertising in Cape Town and has probably taught a few of you a thing or two. We found out what it’s really like to have her day job:
+27 Café is a coffee café with an full art gallery exhibition space in Hatfield Pretoria. We asked them about their space:
Philip Robertson, Richard Steele, Lize Loftie-Eaton, Graeme Cuthbert and David Robertson are Five45, an industrial design team who have created The Stayover.
Most of the time a very clever Art Director, sometimes a street artist and on occasion a street pole adorner, Alexi Mccarthy tried something different in creating Face Shelving and we think it’s genius.
Ben Rausch was the second artist to create a window installation for the Feiyue SHAPES Window Display campaign. This is him live drawing at the Mooks store in Rosebank on Friday.
The first of the window display installations for Feiyue’s ‘Shapes’ campaign was completed on Friday. Passersby could watch Illustrator Gerhard van Wyk turn the Mooks store window in Rosebank, Joburg into his interpretation of the theme ‘Shapes.’
Southern Comfort is currently running the Creative Exchange. They sourced over 100 designs from all over the country with some epic prizes. Johann was asked to be one of the judges to decide which 5 final pieces will be put out to the Southern Comfort Facebook community to decide the […]