Andrew Berry interviewed South African photographer and film maker Natasja Maria Fourie for his blog we-are-awesome (www.we-are-awesome.com). Between 10 and 5 took the liberty of re-blogging the interview, because we really couldn’t have said it any better, and because, well, Fourie is quite the creative force to be reckoned with. Read […]
Sasha Hatherly is a freelance photographer from PE now working in Cape Town. These are some of her images from her Photography Degree Project – Fashion editorials magazine entitled ‘Fashion Stories’. Fashion design credits go to Natalie Creed and Caryn Fourie. Visit Sasha’s site at www.sashahphotography.com.
“I am a 25 year old Cape Town based photographer. I am on a quest to grace the world with photography that mirrors the guerrilla like glint in my eye. My mission is simple: to learn, to teach, to inspire and invite you into my world, take a seat, have […]
Check out this pretty cool new Scratch cover of the latest Ed. magazine. You can even scratch it off in the digi-mag! Slick. Not only do they have an awesome cover, but Ed. is also running a pretty amazing campaign: Ed., the monthly digimag produced for the advertising and marketing […]
Lauren Schofield is a Cape Town based visual communications artist who works under the name Ink and Powder. She illustrates, designs and takes photos and is available for freelance work. Find her at www.inkandpowder.com
The Toffie Festival is hosted in Cape Town from the 26th-28th of March and is a multi-day pop-culture fiesta. Hosted by design agency The President, it promises to be an exciting mix of music, fashion, street lifestyle and other sub-pop-culture elements that pop up on the radar now and again. […]
The end of 2009 is nigh (giggle) and we’d just like to take this opportunity to thank you guys for your support. And to everyone we’ve featured this year, thank you! Without your amazing creativity and hard work we wouldn’t exist. So, before this starts to sound like an Oscar […]
It’s great seeing spaces that you wouldn’t traditionally see street brands be in, actually welcome and facilitate a street culture. Established & Partners hooked us up with the Hippo Boutique Hotel’s Red Bull Suite, which was put together by Ricky Gordon and the guys over at Word Of Art. The […]
The guys over at a-store alerted us to Jade Klara’s work, and we think it’s a wonderful fantasy world easy to get lost in. Visit Jade’s website here. Artist statement: Jade Klara produces lovingly handcrafted work that represent contrasting themes of innocence, sadness, love and loss. Inspired by Japanese kawaii, […]
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 […]