This found via 2oceansvibe.com It turns out Hurley has created a competition where the winner receives a trip to California to watch the Hurley US Open and this is Cape Town local, Tom Catilin’s, entry. Go to 2oceansvibe for the full post or to Hurley’s competition site to vote for […]
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
Theo Krynouw has a very particular sense of humour. It is subtle and not pushy, leaving much room for personal interpretation, yet his caricatures are definitive of his statements. His illustrations remind me of late 80’s German children’s books – the kind that were written more for patient parents reading to their offspring.
Bread Advertising has launched a new blog, Pyros and Pencils. Since graduating in 2008 the guys behind Bread Advertising, Ross Melland and Alex Aiff, have been very busy designing various websites (their own goes live on the 17th of May) , working on projects with The Cape Peninsula University of […]
Fixed Gear Cape Town is a blog dedicated to documenting the fixed gear bicycle community in Cape Town, but it was this little flyer that caught our eye. Designed by Michael Tymbios, the flyer is promoting the latest ride they are doing this Saturday from Muizenberg to Simon’s Town. For […]
In what is possibly the coolest news we’ve heard all year, The President is opening a new design store called CHURCH. The shop will stock a selection of international and local items, including Comme des Garcons perfumes, Jorge Alderete prints, The President’s own merchandise, some international magazines and books, fresh […]
The people from A Happy Place Creation are having yet another show on the 6th of May. Be sure to go check it out…
Some think you are audacious, courageous … even reckless. We’d like you to prove it. On the 21st of April two thousand and ten at 1pm sharp, we’re staging, quite possibly, the most reckless, even dangerous piece of performance art this city has ever seen. Ignore what your parents told […]
Check out these custom made Smirnoff package designs by artists (from L to R): Bison, Jordan Metcalf, the President , One Horse Town , Dylan Jones. Works of art with Vodka in, awesome!
Check out the lastest editorial work by Cape Town based (although judging by the amount of time he’s spent up in Johannesburg it’s difficult to say that) photographer Andrew Brauteseth. There is also a behind the scenes story on the blog Guy With Camera. More pics after the jump
The 2010 Loerie Awards have been opened, and the first round of creatives have been released. The tongue-in-cheek creative work was done by Ogilvy CPT. We’re waiting on the next ones! Read the piece by Herman Mason at Bizcommunity. Click through this post for more images of the creative work.
The latest range of seating from TYRED furniture comes in the form of custom illustrated designs by some of South Africa’s top illustrators and artists. Check out the work by Love and Hate, Dylan Jones, Senyol. Bruce Mackay and more. Each chair costs R2000, of which R800 goes to our chosen charity men […]
Check out this awesome activation by Adidas. Loving the Star Wars vibes! This happened in and around Kloof Street in Cape Town. Any idea who’dunnit (and where I can buy those costumes?!)
We recently received a press release from Wessel Snyman Creative, a new progressive fine art gallery in Bree Street. The next exhibition is Skeleton Woman by Wessel Snyman Creative and is opening on Saturday. Definitely worth dropping in for that one. Wessel Snyman Creative is a brand new progressive fine […]
Cape Town Tourism recently had a blogger activation day. The idea behind the day was to show them and their followers why Cape Town is cool. The day encompassed the bloggers driving Reynard F1 styled cars that could hit up to 240km/h! Their PR team hosts quarterly media days with […]