An important message from Nando’s regarding the response to their latest TV ad: Last Dictator Standing
PASTE, an ongoing South African street art exhibition, is working together with the Butterfly Art Project, an art therapy project for underprivileged children, to paste artwork by 70 children around Vrygrond township.
Yesterday saw some awesome tributes to the Black Tuesday protests and since, brands like Playboy have been jumping on the band wagon. Here is a collection of responses.
Any gamer who’s been caught up in a storyline, wowed by slick animation or impressed by good game play (or even just thought they could do it better) will be excited to know that the possibility of learning to design games is now here.
The University of Cape Town has ‘censored’ their website in solidarity with the Black Tuesday protests against the Secrecy Bill.
Aqua Online has chosen two winners of the iheartjobs competition, a huge congratulations goes to Warren Louw and Kim Li!
In just under two weeks, a high-level delegation, led by Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, will be heading to Taipei for the official announcement of the World Design Capital 2014 on the 26th of October.
South African label Panesar Simone launches at The Space in Rosebank tomorrow the 10th of September.
BREAKING NEWS: The Loeries Official Party has had to move to a bigger venue – Trinity.
Radio is a brand new illustration studio in Cape Town with some really great work in their portfolio.
News from The Fringe on Kloof: From July 2011, The Fringe on Kloof will run South Africa’s first no-reason required gift registry…
26,000 people fall victim to landmines each year while going about their everyday lives. This translates to 71 people dying each day doing ordinary things like mowing the lawn or shopping for groceries. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) is a global network in over 90 countries that works for a world free of antipersonnel landmines, where landmine survivors can lead fulfilling lives.
We heard the great news last night that Cape Town has been shortlisted for the World Design Capital title in 2014. We were up against 56 other other countries and made it through to the next round along with Dublin, Ireland and Bilbao, Spain.
Remember this anonymous tactical ad? In short, this ad was created in a response to Vodacom changing their branding to red earlier this year. Dulux and their agency had no idea who did the ad and said it wasn’t them but to celebrate the creativity of the idea they donated 40 litres of paint to an organisation of 10and5’s choice!
All brands like to think they’re the coolest in the land but the youth have spoken and the coolest have been named.