Skinny laMinx just launched Paradise Is Here, a fresh new collection of handmade fabrics in celebration of the resilient plants that grow in concrete jungles around the world. Inspired by a recent trip to Tokyo designer Heather Moore began noticing and appreciating the plants in her own city […]
We paid a visit to the Frazer Parfum factory and shop to find out how master perfumer Tammy Frazer goes about creating her handmade natural fragrances.
Today, in the spirit of collaboration, we’re taking a look at creative duos. Covering the fields of photography, fashion, design and illustration, we’ve put together a list of 14 of our favourite local creatives who are doing good things in pairs.
A new Colab project from Mr Price Home sees 5 South African designers collaborating with the brand to create a range of winter blankets.
Makers of Stuff is a small design studio based in Johannesburg with a focus on handmade, local and eco-friendly products.
Ideas company & Anonymous created, branded and launched a new product during SA Fashion Week recently called Evige Pure Swiss Essence Water.
Local designer Dr.Zulu and sneaker boutique Shelflife have teamed up with New Balance to create “City of Gold” 574.
Egg Designs specialises in creating carefully layered interior spaces, as well as bespoke furniture and products. The company was founded by Greg and Roché Dry in 1996, each of whom are interior designers with a great love for all things design and food related. For 17 years, their […]
Shine Shine is a busy and bold, Africa-inspired, Cape Town-based brand of fabrics and products founded by Tracy Rushmere and developed with graphic designer Heidi Chisholm.
This week we found a whole bunch of fantastic things including drawings by the lead singer of a thrash metal band, beaded iPhone cases and woven lampshades.
Mr Somebody and Mr Nobody is the unconventional and brilliant result of a collaboration between Heidi Chisholm and Sharon Lombard, two SA born designers/artists living and working in the States.
Big (Oh) Wow’s this week with a line-up of colour co-ordinated studio installations, an illustrated vision of prehistoric Johannesburg, a minimalistic zine based on the seasons and a fashion editorial photographed for Vice.
We visited the studios and workshops of Studio Number 19, Ceramic Factory and Henriette Botha to find out how they’re prepping for the Design Indaba Expo.
We took a behind the scenes look at the making of the Design Indaba Expo through studio and workshop visits with a selection of Cape Town based exhibitors.
In 2007 industrial designer Adriaan Hugo and graphic designer Katy Taplin combined their skills to form Dokter and Misses. The husband and wife duo design and produce a selection of furniture, lighting and objects. Despite their varied style, you can usually tell a Dokter and Misses piece when […]