From Thandiwe Tshabalala to Slaying Goliath and Katrine Claassens, illustrators submit visual works in responses to gender-based violence. Artworks will be auctioned to raise awareness and support organisations that work towards creating a non-violent society.
We chat to 20-year-old illustrator Caitlyn Lynch about the origins of her work, her inspirations, and the evolution of her style.
In the second installment of 10and5 x Lampost series, Spotlight, Aart Verrips collaborates on a new visual series with art duo, Claire and Abi Meekel.
Lorenzo Plaatjies is a digital artist and developer from Johannesburg. We spent the day following him around the city to get a better idea of his process.
We spent some time at the home studio of illustrator Jess Jardim-Wedepohl to better understand her approach to the craft and where she gets her inspiration.
Set in South Korea, Louis Barnard’s evocative illustrations focus on the unique character of the capital city, Seoul.
For #GraphicArtMonth, we sat down with Banele Khoza to talk about fine art and illustration and how he’s found a niche in merging the two.
From Steri Stumpies to Nik Naks, we take a look at a few authentically South African brands, re-imagined and repackaged by a group of local illustrators.
Cape Town-based illustrator Stacey Knipe paints friends and famous faces in fluid brush strokes. Take a look at her tonal and atmospheric images here.
Lauren Dixon-Paver uses YouTube to create simple and engaging craft tutorials that teach you how to make your own works of art at home. We spoke to her to find out how it all began.
Artist Nosipho Nxele interrogates issues such as mental illness, spirituality, and more through illustration. We speak to her for #GraphicArtMonth to find out how she does it.
Local design studio Yay Abe is the brainchild of Russell Abrahams. We catch up with the studio for Graphic Art Month and take a look at some of their favourite works to date.
We speak to part-time lecturer and full-time artist Stephanie Simpson about her series of multimedia collages and how she uses them to tell stories.
We asked five of our favourite designers to illustrate the book cover to their imaginative autobiography. See what they came up with.
A guide to the day-to-day working life of a graphic designer according to: Karabo Moletsane, Tyla Mason, Sinomonde Ngwane, Xia Carstens and Hannah Shone.