The first Annual of Information Architecture is being curated and created by Jason Hobbs and Andrea Resmini. The Annual will be a yearly large-format book that will showcase and provide critical discussion relating to works of information architecture from around the world.
This Saturday Fourthwall Books presents After the Mines, a publication by British photographer Jason Larkin. The incisive and wide-ranging photographic project explores the vast waste dumps created by Johannesburg’s gold mining industry.
The Stuff You Can’t Bottle: Advertising for the Global Youth Market is the latest book by author and youth content specialist, King Adz, and will be launching in SA this week.
The Pit is a South African website & zine (both printed and online) featuring the local underground bodyboarding culture through photography and videography.
The Cape Town Zine Project was started in July 2012 by artist and comic book maker, Sebastian Borckenhagen.
Wanting to create a graphic novel that’s on an international level but that takes place in his own country, Josh Ryba started writing a story based on the thought, “How cool would it be if Jan Van Riebeeck was a vampire?”
Naturally, sex is probably the easiest way to sell something. The theme for this issue of Gaschette Magazine is BANG – everything to do with sex and sexuality. In it you’ll find former K-TV star Jenna Dover in an sexy BDSM shoot, and Rowan Bailey… google him and […]
Just over 2 years ago, PaintingTheTown made a call for submissions for a graffiti book they wanted to produce. Painting Cape Town: Graffiti from South Africa is the result and is ready for orders!
Woolworths, together with the Western Cape Education Department, Sappi and Design Indaba, are making sure South African high school students are being exposed to the very best in local and international design with their Making the Difference Through Design programme.
The opening of the Freeworld Design Centre’s new exhibition Street Style will coincide with the launch of photographer Ed Suter’s book Sharp Sharp published by Quivertree.
Live Magazine is a youth publication which was started in the UK. The South African version of the magazine, supported by the Shuttleworth Foundation, was launched late last year and features content produced entirely by first-time contributors aged 15 to 25.
Hoping to enhance art publishing in South Africa, Bronwyn Law-Viljoen and Oliver Barstow founded FOURTHWALL Books. The company publishes beautifully designed and written books on art, architecture and photography.
Award-winning South African photographer David Southwood has been working on his latest project ‘Milnerton Market’ for the last decade.
Pietermaritzburg-born writer and director, Mark McKeown, has always been passionate about this continent’s myths and legends. It’s probably why he created an “African fantasy” graphic novel trilogy around an ancient legend that was first told by a Wise One “many, many moons ago”.
Using hand drawn typography and lively illustrations Colour Africa Proverbs shares the cultures and wisdom of Africa.