Having recently completed a learnership at Umuzi Photo Club, art director Kgodisho Mowa creates vibrant work that expresses everyday life experience.
Creating work for festivals and musicians such as ClockworkDJ and Xander Ferreira, Jade Ayla adopts a vector style for her stripped-back designs.
We asked five of our favourite designers to illustrate the book cover to their imaginative autobiography. See what they came up with.
Simon Berndt’s illustrations are stylish and nostalgic with a retro rock’n roll feel. See our chat with the artist also known as One Horse Town.
140 BBDO is the agency spreading creativity for the greater good.
Traversing moody cityscapes, skateboards, sketchbooks and more, the illustrated characters of Mo Hassan are distinctly dark and emotive.
Taking inspiration from childhood cartoons, everyday Jo’burg personalities, and individuals he meets online, Leigh’s illustrations make use of soft pastels and detailed line work.
Combining their signature styles, Si Maclennan and Ross Symons recently teamed up to host an exhibition of prints, shapes and bold colour.
We asked 26 local illustrators and designers to create one letter each. The result? An eye-popping custom alphabet from an artful A to a zig-zagging Z.
Lize-Marie Dreyer tells us why she took the leap to launch her own creative studio, and shares some valuable insights on freelance life.
Dani Loureiro combines her love for drawing and literature into beautiful, tangible works of art.
Known for taking a simple brief and throwing some creative magic on it, MUTI’s work is always eye-catching and memorable.
Meet Xia Carstens, an illustrator, designer and internet native who’s inspired by animal lolz and other creatives who put their work out in the online space.
Casper Schutte chats to us about his style, his uncontrollable appetite for media, and how he came to find a love for graphic design.
With refreshing clarity, Ben Eagle’s graphic art just is. “I’m not trying to make art that confuses people,” he declares.