The end of the month and another poster roundup. The Plastics have been touring Europe and the UK and Simon Berndt is the man behind the tour poster. Nena Maree made a beautiful poster for Medicine Boy playing at the Waiting Room with The Taros and The […]
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Here’s your monthly poster fix! Enjoy the work and keep going to gigs.
Baden Moir takes the piss with his Miley Cyrus inspired poster to commemorate Halloween at The Manila Bar.
iKineo recently completed an exciting integrated campaign for local menswear store Loom.
True to their name, Fast & Remarkable conceptualised, designed, built and launched a new website for Luke Dale Roberts’ The Test Kitchen in just one week. Our favourite part of the site is the collection of ‘making of’ videos produced by Dreamcatcher Productions.
Adam Hill has kept us waiting for quite a while but his latest poster is well worth it. Simply beautiful.
The hours of craft are evident in these exceptional long copy print ads for insurance company, Santam.
These are the graphic designers whose work we were most excited to share throughout 2012.
First up Adam Hill. He can do no wrong. If I was in a band I’d have him design every piece of artwork for eternity.
A short but very sweet post today. This is the first time that we get to feature the awesome Jade Klara’s work as a gig poster.
Adam Hill’s super psychedelic poster for The Sleepers, Black Moscow and Wild Eastern Archers makes us happy. Almost stole one from an electricity box the other day, unfortunately it was taped.
Adam Hill starts off today’s post with a perfect poster for The Sleepers and Wolftown playing at Zula on Friday night.
Adam Hill, a Cape Town based illustrator with a penchant for designing slick gig posters, is the second in our December series ‘Wishlist’.
Today we will start off with one of our favourite posters of the past few months by Adam Hill for The Sleepers. Awesome work and an awesome lineup…
Wolves along with Wrigley’s 5 Gum have launched a limited edition T-shirt line featuring original artwork by 20 different local artists and designers.