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Jordan MetcalfFeatured today we have some of the latest work from Jordan Metcalf. Some of these are from his show in Chicago and he has not put them up anywhere else yet - thanks for the exclusive Jordan!.

The people from A Happy Place Creation are having yet another show on the 6th of May. Be sure to go check it out...

A couple days ago we featured a rad bit of street art and asked you to tell us who d'unnit. The answer? None other than Cape Town Street Artist, CoeOne. We were also lucky enough to get this great picture of the entire series. Check out the rest...

  Check out this rad little piece of street art that popped up in Gardens. Always cool to see stuff like this around town. Anyone know who d'unnit? photo via @fixedgear_CT...

The City Slickers poster exhibition has had a successful run with the Pretoria and Durban shows over the past few months. The show is still gaining momentum on it's journey towards London. We're always on the lookout for more talented artists to add to the...

Creative guerilla consumerism campaign Check out the work from a student who wishes to remain anonymous (due to the nature of the work). Obviously we can't tell you too much about them, so we'll let the work speak for itself.
The Symbol Project was designed to encourage consumers to contemplate the status quo of their visual environment, the aim is that the consumer will re-establish their ideals. The various components of the project provide consumers with information in a variety of print based forms. These educational guerilla tactics aim to give consumers, honest facts in order to make informed choice. By labelling things within our visual environment as unethical, the symbol plays the part of both citizen designer and visual commentator.
Buildings wrapped for Spier Contemporary 2010 Wrap Day by Word of Art Last week on the 5th of March was the Spier Contemporary Wrap Day where people were invited to wrap everyday objects. As part of the activation, creative agency Word of Art wrapped a couple of buildings around Cape Town to create awareness of the event.
Behind the idea is the notion that things that are wrapped are differentiated. A wrapped object is set apart by being mysterious. Why is it wrapped, what is underneath? These thoughts are informed by the eye of the beholder. Once unwrapped, The Spier Contemporary Exhibition hopes to do just that – change people’s perspectives by having us look at our everyday environment differently – through the eyes of our artists.
Click through for more wrappings or visit the openforart website.

This new piece by street artist Faith47 is up in Woodstock. Cash Loans? Who needs cash when you have the Freedom Charter?...

1000d You are invited to a spectacular night of art, music and loads of fun for a great cause! Click here to see the Facebook Invite. Don't miss 1000 Drawings, Cape Town When: 18h00 Thursday, 5th November 2009 (this week) Where: The Woodstock Industrial Centre, 66 Albert Rd, Woodstock (There's plenty of safe parking) More info as you click through.
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