After our link to Kevin Parry’s interview on Idea Bounty the other day, Kevin sent us some of his work in. Check some more out after the link. Oh, and he has a Flickr profile as well!
It’s not very new news, but in case you missed it and didn’t get a chance to view the work, we’re featuring the Standard Bank Moving Forward campaign put together by the TBWA/Hunt/Lascaris. It’s quite an epic campaign and we certainly suggest taking a look at all the creatives. We’ve […]
Legion Collective have just updated their site – take a look. They’ve also completed the illustration featured above. Also click through for the Cookie Font!
I’ve been trying to get hold of these guys for a while now, and they’ve finally launched after a much anticipated wait. Check out Fanakalo.co.za for more details on this design studio out of Stellenbosch. Fanakalo is a pidgin language in which two or more parties communicate over restrictive barriers […]
Studio83 alerted us to these amazing images by the renowned South African photographer Pieter Hugo. The press release for the series reads: Nollywood is said to be the third largest film industry in the world, releasing onto the home video market approximately 1 000 movies each year. Such abundance is […]
Today we’re interviewing Ace Swart who is the publisher of Vice Magazine in South Africa. If you don’t know Vice Magazine, it might be best to do a little research first! They are probably one of the best established underground (if you could still call them underground) publications in the […]
We’re very excited to show you the final logo that we’ve gone with. We’ve shown you quite a number of iterations and doodles that the agency, IdoIdea, experimented with. The final concept of the logo shows our involvment in the creative and design community by subtly using the colours that […]
As some of our readers might have noticed, yesterday we posted a couple of links up on our Twitter feeds showing some never seen before, grainy, shot-from-a-distance sneak preview pics of our logo redesign. Actually, we just took a couple of captures of the logo development process, but it was […]
We’re starting a new feature on Between 10 and 5 called Office Photo’s where we feature office photo’s of all the contributors to the site. There are a couple of other sites doing similar stuff, most notably Officesnapshots.com and more locally Bandwidth Blog as well. The photo’s you’ll see here […]
Vodacom has launched a new campaign (Player 23) to target the enthusiastic rugby fans for the Super 14. It features a rugby fan called Jan, the 23rd player, who’s following his daily routine – but with the team following him around and trying to be exactly like him. Besides the […]
Originally via: Marklives!com. Kind Pockets, Richard Hart’s debut solo exhibition opens at Whatiftheworld in Cape Town this February during the week of Design Indaba. Hart is best known as the creative force behind Disturbance, the highly acclaimed Durban based design studio that was recently featured on the cover of the […]
The other day it hit me that I really didn’t know who produced the Bakers Biscuits TV Commercial. It was pretty easy to find who did the production on it – BlackGinger.tv is responsible for the production of the video and the entire commercial was designed and directed by Shy […]
There’s creativity outside of ‘citylisation’. Living proof hereof is our featured freelance photographer Gretha Louw. Armed old-school with only a role of film and a tender eye for nature her photography depicts the nostalgic calmness and contentment that is stereotypically associated with the countryside. Previously from Pofadder she now spends […]
T.I.T.E.S. brings the cutting edge of themed Electro Punk to a crowd that has been starved of a good dance for far too long. These bi-monthly parties reinvent the rave, incorporating elements of electronic music and video art hosted in eclectic spaces. Presented by HAEZER producer and DJ, these T.I.T.E.S. […]
[image title=”sticker-pole-jam” size=”full” id=”952″ align=”center” ] Skull Boy has got some sick illustration and wheatpaste work up in Durban. We love his style and think you should check out more of his work below. After you’ve done that, check out his Flickr page.