Cape Town painter Jeanne Gaigher has shared her list of all-local covets for this festive season.
Neville Trickett is an all-round creative guru and collector of anything with a touch of the macabre. We invited him to guest curate an all-local wishlist.
On Russell’s list of wants there’s rad street wear, finely crafted designer goods and graphic art.
Sometimes you just want an everlasting puppy and a moustache to be proud of. Here’s Schalk Bezuidenhout’s 2015 wishlist.
There’s something for everyone in this collection of bright, whimsical, witty, colourful and all round smile-worthy local products.
A guest curated WISHLIST of local wants by multidisciplinary creative Dylan Culhane.
We understand that South African designer goods can sometimes be a bit on the expensive side, so we’ve curated a list of 22 things under R200!
From metallic rocks to tropical plants, these are the 10 local items on the WISHLIST of product designers Adriaan Hugo and Katy Taplin.
Patrick Visser and Raees Saiet from YOH! share the local threads, art (and food!) on their WISHLIST’s.
Crystal Birch is a milliner and fashion forward stylist. Here are her 10 wished-for bold and bright local products.
Whether you’re looking for a duffel bag to take on your summer roadtrip, a colourful backpack to take around town, or a coin pouch to give a friend we’ve got it listed (and more).
Anelisa Mangcu is a freelance photographer and blogger of The Creative and Perfectly Tailored. She’s a self-branding success story and your fashion friend. If you know her, you’ll know a girl who is always friendly, well-articulated, interested to chat and, as you’d expect, well dressed. And she’s worked incredibly […]
Conceptual design/art duo Jana + Koos share a WISHLIST of the local goods (many the result of creative colabs) they’d love to get their hands on.
A collection of beautiful, local art and design items that would make a welcome addition to any home – organised according to colour.
As an avid lover of authentic, locally produced fashion and décor items, here’s Siki Msuseni’s WISHLIST.