Hanneli Rupert spoke to us about her passions, projects and processes as an African design entrepreneur and collaborator.
Brandt Botes is the designer behind the crafty new Autograph Gin packaging design that is inspired by the attention to detail involved in the gin distilling process.
Nikki Schomer, owner and designer of Gold Bottom, has recently debuted her NAMIB collection.
FuturePart is putting meaning back into making with the launch of Africa’s first research and experimental design studio.
The deadline for this year’s Loeries is end of May
During the Milan Design Week, which took place on the 9-14 of April Over 100 000 visitors were treated to an outstanding display of South African design sponsored by Nando’s. The international food franchise supported a collective of six local designers who exhibited their work at Ventura Future Base in […]
We chatted to emerging creative Alecea Basson about her creativity and what drives her, inspires her and moves her.
David Brits, the artist who established Cape Town Signwriting in 2011, shares the stories behind his favorites signs. From balancing acts to technical detail, signwriting is a crafty business.
An Afro-futurist mobile platform that produces conceptualised clothing designs and photography that narrate human relation to colour.
South Africa’s leading designers were honoured on the 9th of March at the sixth annual Design Foundation Awards, in a moving ceremony held in the Silo District, Cape Town. The awards recognised the industry’s top achievers in design, manufacture, commercial success and innovation, each category sponsored by a supporter of […]
Neo ‘Nene’ Mahlangu’s latest illustrations form an ongoing body of work that takes a look at how social media feeds our wants and needs.
MiMo Architects have developed three projects that employ a language sculptural form that invites play, conversation and respite within urban spaces.
Cow Hide Co. have expanded their range to what they’re calling a “Bold” mix with new designs from Jordyn Pollock.
Last year saw many collaborations between artists and across varying mediums. We look back at some of these highlights from 2018.
From breaking global boundaries, to championing social issues, some of South Africa’s best-loved creatives used the last 12 months to craft unique and special offerings to their communities and consumers, and taught us a few lessons about how to rethink our own approaches to business and creativity.