The Eco Design Initiative is a local NPO with the main objective to develop opportunities for young entrepreneurs in the field of sustainable design. The Initiative campaigns for “no kak” in design.
This ad by The Jupiter Drawing Room was shot by Wishbones for the Sunflower Fund who need all the help they can get in raising money for kids with leukaemia. The ad features some of the patients they are helping.
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.
A group of South Africans – 2 street artists, a photographer, an anthropologist and a film maker – joined artists from all over the world in Gambia recently to work with Wide Open Walls to turn villages in the area into a living art project.
Andrew Brauteseth known as ‘Guy With Camera’ has been featured on 10and5 many times before – the last being his short film entitled ‘The Rose’. This time around Andrew has given us a little teaser into a new project which he is working on.
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/25315198[/vimeo] An entirely independent film crew are busying themselves on the production of the official feature documentary called un•earthed exploring potential hydraulic fracturing in South Africa. Shooting has commenced in South Africa and, in June 2011, the crew will spend time in the United States in search of more […]
The Desmond Tutu Peace Centre has joined hands with the Vodacom Funny Festival at the Baxter Theatre on 21 June 2011.
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!
How amazing are these women? The three of them, Gene, Jo and Shan are traveling 16 000 km (a third of the way around the world) across Europe from London to Mongolia in the name of charity.
Featured before on 10and5, Anton Crone brings us some more in depth detail about life on the streets through those that go by the name of ‘The Robot Artists”.. read on
The Original is going to be a free online book showcasing trends in art from across the African continent. And they want you to be a part of it.
Okay so I’m not a female, but if you are, I’m sure you remember those high school days when ‘getting that perfect dress’ was pretty much the most important thing in anticipation of your matric dance…right? Every year Elizabeth Galloway donates heavily to a series of causes. One of the […]
The Good Work initiative, in association with YouTube and the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, invited creatives from around the world to answer various NPO briefs submitted to them from the beginning of March this year.
Anton Crone, featured before on 10and5 is a professional freelance photographer who has a serious interest in Africa, which is clearly highlighted in the type of portfolio work he does, and the ‘about’ section in his blog: Bright Continent, which starts off with a quote from George Kimble – “The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it”.
Cape Town – ‘new evenings’, a recently launched contemporary classical music series in Cape Town, will be hosting their third event on May 10, 2011 at the Waiting Room in Long Street.