This First Thursdays we’re keen to do some bidding at the Michaelis silent action and see an exhibition of Chris Saunders’ Pantsula photographs.
Person: Hanno van Zyl
Fine artist and illustrator Hanno van Zyl examines the details of life forgotten by popular discourse and overlooked by common cultural narratives.
The first compendium of stories, photos and paraphernalia from the Twenty Journey trip has been published as a sleek, soft-cover publication edited by Sarah-Claire Picton and designed by Hanno Van Zyl.
South African brand HOUDT has collaborated with 7 top local illustrators to launch a handcrafted, limited edition cellphone cover range inspired by nature.
Hanno van Zyl is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Cape Town where he hand paints careful and considered dashes, dots and lines in ink before refining his illustrations digitally.
This week Cape Town hosts 7 solo exhibitions, 3 group shows and a creative showcase. Here’s the what, when and where: Tuesday, 22 July Two solo exhibitions open at Blank Projects The Comforter by Wilhelm Saayman “These seven paintings are about the transients of our society: […]
Milame and Friends is a shared jewellery studio and shop in Cape Town. The studio is occupied by three jewellers and an artist/bookkeeper while the shop has handmade products from a great selection of local designers. We first spotted their enchanting vinyl in the window designed by Hanno van Zyl, […]
It’s a busy week for Cape Town’s galleries, with multiple must-see exhibition openings daily.
The launch of ART54’s public art displays, crest designs for real and fictional characters and a mural by Marna Hattingh for CT’s new ‘Blah Blah’ bar.
South African illustrators will be exhibiting as part of group international illustration show, The Path Less Deconstructed, at .M Contemporary art gallery in Sydney.
he Verb 2013 Artist Skateboard Range is a series of decks by 6 South African artists and illustrators: Daniel Ting Chong, Gerhard Human, Hanno van Zyl, Jade Klara, Jaco Haasbroek and Justin Southey.
Essie Letterpress – a design and print studio run by husband and wife duo Ben and Vanessa Grib – have just released their 2014 Artist’s Almanac and as expected it looks nothing short of spectacular.
South African band The Plastics came up with an interesting and collaborative idea for the artwork for their upcoming second album, Pyramid.