Hurry! The next in the NFS (Not For Sale) series by Jaco Haasbroek is up. He has just posted pics of the location to facebook, the first person there gets to keep the artwork. GO!
Boomtown Strategic Brand Agency worked with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Choir to facilitate this singing flash mob that took shoppers by surprise on a Saturday morning.
In recent months Kiwi’s advertising agency, Ogilvy Cape Town, has been breaking new ground with an innovative and experiential campaign for Kiwi’s sneaker cleaning product – Takkie Brite.
Saatchi & Saatchi Cape Town created a fully integrated campaign for Sasko Flour to bring to life their client’s positioning of ‘Share the Goodness’.
This nifty idea from Sea Harvest is a website that offers suggestions on where to go or what to do every night. Anybody know who’dunnit?
Short & Sweet, London’s only weekly short film evening has arrived Cape Town for a ritzy five week special. The first of the five weeks took place on Tuesday.
Joburg, this Sunday Part 2 of the 12 part Invisible Cities is happening and we get the feeling that if you miss it you’ll be missing out on a whole lot more than just an event.
Andrew Brauteseth known as ‘Guy With Camera’ has been featured on 10and5 many times before – the last being his short film entitled ‘The Rose’. This time around Andrew has given us a little teaser into a new project which he is working on.
Exciting news from Toffie: South African foodies are in for a weekend packed with surprises at the first Toffie Food Festival and Conference, which takes place at the Cape Town City Hall from Saturday 3 until Sunday 4 September.
Part 2 of our Cannes finalists features, today featuring work from PR, Outdoor, Media, Radio and Press. Press DUGONG – TBWA\HUNT\LASCARIS RIVERINE RABBIT – TBWA\HUNT\LASCARIS REUNION – IRELAND DAVENPORT SPAM FILTER – FOXP2 CAN – BESTER BURKE SLINGERS (copy: The smallest blemish can ruin everything.) BUSKER – OGILVY Cape Town […]
After April’s successful event, the movement is back in full swing! Thesis Social Jam Session happens every first Sunday of the month and nothing is going to change that. We back for the month of June and we exposing fresh talent to the scene of Soweto.
This Friday (tomorrow!) /A WORD OF ART and the RVCA Artist Network Program are bringing us WE ARE BEAUTIFUL LOSERS, a wonderific evening of Art, Music and Unicorns! Popcorn, Beers and Balloons! Bands, Doodles and VJs!
Invisible Cities is a year-long music and arts festival in the form of 12 once-off monthly events set in the empty buildings soon to be part of Johannesburg’s Maboneng arts precinct.
Dirk de Waal is involved in diverse creative areas encompassing: development, direction and execution of concepts for live events and print media.
Last night I attended a really well organized, catered for and seriously entertaining event at Vaudeville. Here’s the low down of what the event was all about.