Want to see the things that made us say Oh Wow! this week? Of course you do! 11 things, to be precise, and we think you’re going to love them as much as we do.
Dutchmann kicked off earlier this year by launching “The Delft Portfolio” at the Joburg Art Fair in September 2012, featuring ten Shaun Tomson ‘1975 Pipeline Gun’ surfboards shaped by the legendary Spider Murphy. Each board in the portfolio featured Delft-inspired artwork by a selection of local and international artists […]
Rowan Toselli is a freelance designer and art director who also spends time making beautifully crafted wooden characters.
Freelance graphic designer and illustrator from Cape Town, Jason De Villiers, has tried his hand at something new. The results, limited edition etched brooches made from African Mahogany, are beautiful.
Customizing a pair of Converse is nothing new, sure, but Atang Tshikare’s custom designs are something special. Mixing and matching bright colours and often using afrocentric patterns, no two pairs of ZABALAZAAs are the same.
‘Rule of Thumb‘ is the brainchild of three students who felt the need to further explore their creative potential. In the first series of mens T-shirts, two ranges have been designed. The range of printed t’s was inspired by iconic natural objects of South Africa such as the protea, […]
29 year old, Cape Town based artist and music producer (sLabofmisuse), Linton Davids, has been painting and creating works since his early teens.
The latest Wren collection to be launched is the Jute bag range. These are some images from the Jute shoot.
Sina Sulger is a freelance sculptor and the owner of Mutabor Sculptures, a sculpting studio based in Cape Town.
Always up to something, Lucas R Adams’ latest project is proudly Cape Town based, product design brand Kraftisan.
We really enjoy these “Temori Dolls” conceptualised and made by Sanja Postic who is usually a digital designer but decided to make something off the computer for a change.
We were first introduced to Lavanya Naidoo’s work when she entered the vida e caffè design competition here on 10and5. Here is some more of her work and some info on the designer herself.
If you’ve been to the V&A Waterfront recently you couldn’t have missed this incredible Skip installation created to celebrate the launch of the new Skip liquid detergent.
Something different for your Wednesday morning. Dada Marsh remakes sneaker classics out of clay. Only 5-6cm in size, they’re made out of quick-dry clay and then painted with acrylic.
Most of the time a very clever Art Director, sometimes a street artist and on occasion a street pole adorner, Alexi Mccarthy tried something different in creating Face Shelving and we think it’s genius.