Cape Town-based designer and illustrator Daniel Ting Chong is the mastermind behind some of the coolest brands’ visual identities.
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Today’s Oh Wow! includes an event dedicated to pairing donuts with ice cream, a fantastic illustration collaboration and a beautiful film about life’s simple pleasures.
For Oh Wow! today we’ve got an amazing shoot by Lea Colombo for Fiasco, some beautiful paintings that are now showing in Mia Chaplin’s solo exhibition, ‘Ceremony’, and a few Zombies in primary colours by Ello.
One of our favourite local designers, Daniel Ting Chong, has teamed up with RVCA to create a new range featuring some seriously fun food iconography and lettering.
iKineo recently completed an exciting integrated campaign for local menswear store Loom.
NicSocks is a loud, local, limited edition sock company started by Nicholas Haralambous. The latest range is available as of today and is a collaboration with graphic designer/illustrator Daniel Ting Chong.
Last night we visited Salon91 for the opening of an exhibition of Jordan Metcalf and Daniel Ting Chong’s new collaboration, Heart of Gold.
As a build up to The Secret Festival, various pop-up restaurants will be opening at Church. This week’s pop-up is Cape Town creative Yang Zhao’s most recent project, Beijing Opera.
This weekend House of Marley presents paperwork, a group exhibition featuring the new school of South African graphic artists, illustrators and photographers.
A fresh and fun new project from Daniel Ting Chong in collaboration with Nature’s Skin Food, a soap maker from Johannesburg.
Dear Me is an all-day brasserie, deli and event space that opened last year in Cape Town. The designer behind the brand identity and design collateral is Daniel Ting Chong.
From the 22nd to the 24th of March, Samsung Electronics Africa is bringing its Las Vegas CES exhibition to Cape Town. After the conference, Samsung will host Connect Cape Town, an exciting one day event, open to the public, promising the latest technology innovations, live music performances, art shows and international chef demos.
As part of a 2012 Back to School promotion at CNA, Pharos Dictionaries enlisted the Daniel Ting Chong treatment.
Adam Hill, a Cape Town based illustrator with a penchant for designing slick gig posters, is the second in our December series ‘Wishlist’.
If you love a good mashup of music and art then RVCA has just the thing in the form of a customised and hand-painted acoustic guitar exhibition at Revolution in Long St.