Equal parts vermouth, Campari and gin come together perfectly in this dry and zingy apértif.
People: Rudi de Wet
We asked 26 local illustrators and designers to create one letter each. The result? An eye-popping custom alphabet from an artful A to a zig-zagging Z.
“My four-year-old could have done that”. Not. Rudi de Wet tells us more about his mesmerising illustration style that pops and jiggles.
Exclusively shooting on the new LG G4, Ofentse Mwase, Lisa Ting Chong and Alexi Portokallis will be taking over LG South Africa’s Instagram account.
From “semi-generative” portraits to long, twisted limbs, 6 illustrators take on 6 trends in illustration to see if they can steer them in new directions.
The CREATe.CHANGE project invited local creatives to transform carry tables into works of art, which were auctioned off to raise funds for a good cause.
Everyone loves a good bit of custom lettering, right? Today’s list is all about typography and so we’ve rounded up 12 designers (and a few projects) who have the enviable ability to draw words well. The Ten Minute Type Project Started by illustrator and designer Shaun Swainland in […]
Today’s Oh Wow! is a collection of illustrations inspired by nostalgic games and food, a hilarious web comic, beautiful prints of deconstructed bicycles and more.
We’re super glad to be back and bringing you the first Oh Wow! of 2014. For this edition we found a clothing collaboration between Studio Muti and 2BOP that’ll make you hungry, the offbeat eye of photographer Nico Krijno as well as a Holographic Periscope by the always wonderful Jean de Wet. And that’s not even half of it.
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.
South African illustrators will be exhibiting as part of group international illustration show, The Path Less Deconstructed, at .M Contemporary art gallery in Sydney.
A reflection of his interests, Jasper Eales’ Wishlist wouldn’t be complete without surfboards, skateboards, buggies and bikes.
Rudi de Wet is a full-time designer/illustrator sought after for his bold hand-lettered typography and interior murals.