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The creators of Retro Retro Magazine recently completed the Third Issue of the publication for readers and their audience of vintage fashion followers. One of the editors of Retro Retro Magazine, Zuko Cele, describes it as: "a two-part publication that illustrates the spirit of our age. Part...

Zuko Cele is a creative from Pietermaritzburg and the founder of Retro Retro, a platform on Instagram where followers can view and purchase a variety of vintage and thrifted clothes on offer. Zuko recently took the bold step of adding a digital magazine version of Retro...

A little bit of ad history right here. Ogilvy Joburg sent us this ad made in 1978, it was the first commercial that Ogilvy produced for SAB....

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7uA2XU5fsA[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6lZQmnU0xI[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxymlIGshv0[/youtube] We haven't done a Vintage Friday in a really long time but since there is a Mainstay ad currently airing on TV we thought we'd bring you some 80s goodness in the form of vintage Mainstay ads. The current ad caused some controversy on 10and5...

Here are two classic South African adverts from years gone by and one 80's adverts compilation. Enjoy! ...

3922914018_e95508ab37_o In the late 1980's we poured over our flickering TV sets, well those of us who were born, as another new Castrol advert, or  "those Boet en Swaer ads" as they became known, played out. Recently one of these ads surfaced on YouTube. And filled with the nostalgia from this era in South African television, it's been slowly been making its way around the globe. So we thought we'd get in touch with one of the legends behind these ads, Jon Williams. Jon shares what went into making these ads South African classics. Kidd Parker from the creative magazine Audrey2 did an awesome interview with Jon for us, and we're super excited to share it here with you.
Was quite stoked to find these! Remember it so vividly from our childhood days. Here’s your free trip down memory lane.

Seeing as Fridays have become our vintage days, we thought we'd show you the first ever Steri Stumpie billboard. Via the Steri blog and Miss Moss....

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