Creating platforms for emerging and established from South Africa and the world, the Baz-Art Organization is back with its fourth edition of the International Public Art Festival (IPAF). The international festival invites local and international street artists to create one of a kind street art murals, giving the public a […]
Aiming to do something about the tragically low number of organ donors in South Africa, this new campaign by Lowe + Partners Cape Town attaches a real face to the cause, that of 19 year old, Capetonian girl Jenna Lowe who needs new lungs in order to live passed the age of 21.
As part of the World Design Capital 2014 purpose to ‘Live Design, Transform Life’, the Missibaba team launched the BOOMBOX project. Chloe Townsend and Lizel Strydom invited 7 creatives to each design a custom Missibaba bag. They were given unprinted leather panels and asked to come up with a design to decorate the […]
The Connect/ZA programme of creative events, projects, initiatives and exchanges between South African and UK young creatives that is currently in full swing and having a considerable impact on the local creative scene.
Since we’re halfway through 2014, we’ve decided to take a closer look at what some of the World Design Capital Projects have been up to thus far. Here’s a list of 8 meaningful projects that are busy implementing design solutions to transform the lives of locals far beyond 2014. […]
With a focus on cultural exchange and creative partnerships as the core focus, here are the five key international cultural institutions impacting the local creative scene.
This festive season Woolworths is raising funds for Operation Smile with a remake of James Brown’s super-hit, “I Feel Good” by the Grammy award winning, Oscar nominated Soweto Gospel Choir.
Following Liquorice Online last year and 140BBDO the year before, the guys at Draftfcb are the custodians and creators of this year’s Movember interagency challenge.
In response to the rampant poaching of South Africa’s rhinos, the Green Renaissance team created this highway memorial for the 312 rhinos that have been killed during the first seven months of 2012.
Starting today, the water conservation NGO, FLOW (For the Love of Water) is urging 10 000 Twitter users to #CloseTheTap using only tweets. The website developed for the campaign live streams a running tap – a symbol for daily water wastage. The tap, connected to Twitter will close with water saving tweets carrying […]
This controversial TV ad, conceptualised by FoxP2 and directed by Egg Films’ Bruno Bossi, is called The Cigarette That Saved Lives, and is raising awareness for non-profit organisation The DNA Project.
TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, advertising agency to Cotlands, created this TV ad to highlight the great work that the non-profit children’s organisation has done and is currently doing.
Movember is back. And with it another round of inter-agency competition for a good cause. The annual agency facial hair growing contest to raise funds for CANSA is being hosted by Liquorice Online this time.
This video was made by Green Renaissance for Woolworths in support of rhino conservation, and Woolworths’ campaign to raise funds through the sale of rhino-themed reusable shopping bags.
This PSA was launched as part of an Arrive Alive awareness campaign. It was shot on location in Cape Town.