Illustrator, graphic designer and street artist Karabo Poppy Moletsane says she is committed to preserving the African aesthetic. Most of her work is representative and inspired by everyday South African culture. The artist says her inspiration mostly comes from casually walking through any Central Business District (CBD) and soaking in […]
While at the Loeries, these are some of the advertising archetypes you’re most likely to meet. Because we know them so well we also share with you what to do and how to act when you see them.
Ndumiso Nyoni: Motion Graphic Designer Ndumiso Nyoni is a motion graphic designer and illustrator whose work is a diverse combination of several styles inspired by AFRICAN themes. About the Artist Ndumiso Nyoni is a Zimbabwean illustrator / motion graphic designer. After completing his studies in Multimedia at the University of […]
Illustrator and graphic designer, Alicia van Zyl created these slang stickers to bring South African originality to instagram.
Freelance illustrator, singer and guitarist Neil Buchner’s illustrations are telling of his scrutiny and unorthodox take on society’s rigid gender roles. The Stellenbosch-based member of the band Pxls says he wants to turn the status quo of gender on its head and draws inspiration from movements such as Dada, Surrealism and Feminism. […]
36 Days of Type is a project that explores designers’ different takes on the letters and numbers of our alphabet. This is Adrien Ghenassia’s contribution.
Jess Bosworth Smith’s latest book pushes the boundaries of children’s literature by posing some important questions.
Award-winning graphic designer, Lungile Mbokane, collaborates with photographer Louisa Seton.
Raised in Tembisa, illustrator Keneilwe Kwainete cites his upbringing as his biggest inspiration.
Skateboarder and illustrator Lucho Gazpacho showcases his latest collection of artworks inspired by street culture.
Joel Matladi, an animator from Limpopo, has created a new futurist visual series called Black Snow.
‘I decided to create illustrations of women whose ambition has become my muse.’ Neo Mahlangu shares her illustrated series titled Womxn Commemoration Project.
Joburg-based graphic design and photography student Yoosha Isaacs reimagines the city’s architecture in captivating illustrations.
Port Elizabeth-based copywriter Michael Coetzer’s ‘Pretty Birds’ poem is the inspiration behind a brand new visual series.
Joburg-based Nokwanda Themba is an artist and medical student, who’s recently been garnering attention with her eye-popping illustration.