To bring life to the culture of collaborative working spaces, WeWork collaborated with illustrator, graphic designer and street artist Karabo Poppy to design their official location stickers.
People: Karabo Poppy Moletsane
Nike By You has joined forces with award-winning illustrator and street artist Karabo Poppy to design the latest collection of Air Force 1 Low.
“Moriri Waka” – ‘My Hair’ by Karabo Poppy, with Sneaker Lab As part of Jozi’s June First Thursday, Sneaker LAB hosted a pop-up in their Braam Flagship Store. This launched their collaborative collection with award winning illustrator Karabo Poppy. An integral element in the LAB’s Artist Series, this paid tribute […]
On 7 June, Sneaker Lab will be launching their Moriri Waka series that was created in conjunction with illustrator and street artist, Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane.
Vodacom is opening a call for creatives to submit designs to stand a chance to re-brand the iconic Orlando towers. Entry details here.
The Bright Night Project envisions a group exhibition spotlighting 20 South African artists, with an opening “blackout event” held in the dark.
We’ve selected 8 up-and-coming designers and illustrators whose work points towards a very exciting future for the industry in South Africa.
Today we’re looking at some gorgeous pieces by up-and-coming fashion designers, an illustrated series of awkward “non-events” and a ceramics range that makes us crave licorice. Oh, and since it’s Halloween, we’ve ended off with a bit of creepy goodness. ONE – The ELLE Rising Star Design Award finalists, […]
Promoting yourself (and of course, your unmatched skills) can be one of the hardest things to do – as anyone who has tried to design their own business card is likely to agree. And often, despite your best intentions, finding the time to do this falls waaaay back on the […]
Today, in the spirit of collaboration, we’re taking a look at creative duos. Covering the fields of photography, fashion, design and illustration, we’ve put together a list of 14 of our favourite local creatives who are doing good things in pairs.
After our exciting first Take Me Home print sale at the beginning of Feb, you asked if there were any prints still available and how to get your hands on them. Well, good news! They are for sale right here.
Last night we held our first ever Take Me Home print sale on the first First Thursdays of the year. On exhibition and up for sale were 21 SA-made, limited edition illustrations by 20 local artists.
This week is the first First Thursdays of the year, and the galleries in Cape Town are buzzing.
Presenting: Take Me Home! We’re joining the ranks of the after hours art crowd this First Thursday to bring you an all-illustration exhibition where everything is for sale.
A jam packed edition of Oh Wow! in which we explore Johannesburg with William Shakespeare, swoon over some beautiful local fashion and learn how to bind a zine. Fun!