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Person: Lorraine Loots
Ahead of the Street Food Festival in Cape Town on Sunday, we’ve put together a list of tasty (but inedible) creations by local creatives. Feast your eyes on embroidered fruit, illustrated breakfast and clay interpretations of bagels.
South African miniature artist Lorraine Loots launched her first ever international showcase titled #ANTSinNYC at the Three Kings Studio gallery space in Brooklyn, New York on 8th July, 2015.
In case you haven’t heard, Lorraine Loots is tackling another year-long challenge and if her past two projects are anything to go by this miniature challenge is going to make big waves.
This week a black and white photography, video and sculpture show by Luke Kaplan is opening at Commune.1 and Open Streets is taking over Bree Street.
Miniaturist Lorraine Loots collaborated with Yuppiechef to create a collection of 8 postcards and fridge magnets to send to each Yuppiechef customer.
A researcher at Velocity Films, Jonathan Sidego directed this intimate portrait of Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots.
With Cape Town’s reign as World Design Capital 2014 well underway, these are the Instagram accounts we have our eyes on to stay up to date.
Her 2nd year taking on a painting-a-day challenge, Lorraine Loots presents 365 Postcards for Ants – teeny paintings celebrating Cape Town.
Part 4 of our 2013 Highlights is a collection of the wild and wonderful from Michaella Janse van Vuuren’s 3D printed hybrid creatures to the Johannesburg Zoo’s social media badger, and everything in between.
South African band The Plastics came up with an interesting and collaborative idea for the artwork for their upcoming second album, Pyramid.