Illustrator, graphic designer and one of our fave (hopefully temporary) exports, Justin Poulter, is back in Cape Town after a few thousand hours spent at UK-based, award-winning, design studio I Love Dust.
We caught up with freelance graphic designer, Luke Ritchie, to see what he has been up to over the last year; and we were really pleased with what we found.
Though Natasha Prinsloo is currently in her fourth and final year as a Graphic Design student at North-West University, her budding design career has already seen some major highlights.
Rudi de Wet is a full-time designer/illustrator sought after for his bold hand-lettered typography and interior murals.
Whether he’s experimenting with type, designing covers for international magazines or illustrating for an exhibition, Jordan Metcalf’s standard of work is always impeccable.
Multidisciplinary designer and director Anthony Neil Dart experimented with the geometric deconstruction of Futura to create something new.
Some pieces completed by Clinton Campbell and Miné Jonker over the last few months under their collective name Studio Muti.
Calvin Smith is a Cape Town based web designer, 3D graphics artist and illustrator. He began his creative career as a teenage graffiti artist…
Ben Johnston is a 24 year old self-taught designer from Cape Town. We got to know him a bit better this week and found out about his start in the industry.
This rainbow typeface with an unlikely name was created by Cape Town designer/artist Bruce Mackay.
Check out Nick Mills! The talented Cape Town based designer, started experimenting with typography to give the phrases on repeat in his head another place to play.
Designer Mzikayise Sithole has begun a project called the What If? Project to challenge himself to generate new ideas in the hope of creating something original.
After collaborating with Nike over a few months in 2010, Cape Town talent Jordan Metcalf was asked to pitch on the identity for an internal international Nike conference. These are some of the treatments he came up with.
Gustav Greffrath’s work for Young Africa Live made our Best of 2011 in the Graphic Design category. Here is some more recent work of his; a personal interpretation of local typography using Chappies, SA’s best loved bubblegum brand.
This 3D typography was created by Disko 3D animation and illustration studio for Big Brother Amplified on DSTV.