The Mother City has a gallery for every kind of artwork. We’ve summed up a few Cape Town Art galleries with the help of our fave illustrator, Jonny Smith.
Person: Kirsten Beets
Kirsten Beets paints ant-like people surrounded by vast empty spaces which prompts us to think about our relationship with nature.
Kirsten Beets’ second solo exhibition searches for the exotic wilderness in the mundane and traces semblances of a lost paradise within the urban jungle.
Another week, another Oh Wow! and today we’re looking at beautiful street fashion photographs, botanical paintings, a trip to Joburg’s inner-city thrift stores and some 90s nostalgia. ONE – Street style snaps by Trevor Stuurman. TWO – New paintings by Daniella Mooney. THREE – A […]
It’s First Thursdays this week, which (as you know by now) means tons of new exhibitions are opening in Cape Town. Here are the details.
Originally founded by Frank Conradie and Kirsten Beets in 2013 as an illustration and design studio, the focus of Run Rabbit Run has been shifting in exciting new directions to include product and print design. As such, the creative studio and label have just released Lazy Sunday – a […]
Cape Town cake shop Cupcake Richard have just launched a project that hasn’t anything to do with baking, but instead is in aid of tiger conservation.
With the tropics in mind, we selected our favourite works for Part 2 of our 2013 Highlights resulting in a list of felt bananas, bold patterned fashion, and a quick stop passed the 80s.
Our #NowPlaying today was put together by Kirsten Beets and Francois Conradie of Run Rabbit Run – a Cape Town based studio specialising in Illustration and Design, Typography, Branding, Tea Making and Firefighting.