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Gazelle's new single R.U.N. launched this week and is a unique collaboration with 'Nuvo-frique Reggae-tron' musician Jogyo and vocalist of Gabonese/Singaporean heritage, Devi Mambouka....

Stocktown.com is an international online magazine dedicated to capturing and sharing worldwide street culture through videos. Last year they created a six video series called Stocktown x South Africa...

Doktrine with their signature style posters for Gazelle, Louis Minnaar churns another one out for Yesterdays Pupil, The Assembly with camera help from Adriaan Louw for their See You Next Wednesday student nights and Andre Pereira with the old school home recording devices for Ashtray...

This week we have Alistair Palmer with a beautiful poster for Tom Bryson, Mike Tymbios grabs our attention with a gritty poster for Supercancer/The Lottery Tickets/Bicycle Thief, very cool painting and illustration poster by Franco Fernandes for Like Knives/The Plastics and a clean poster by...

SALON/ is an Amsterdam based initiative that was first launched in July 2010 in the Netherlands. Following its success, ‘SALON/locale’ launches in Cape Town from the 19th to 26th of February 2011 brought to us by CMK1. The event maintains the ...

The 10and5 Poster Project 2010 is the first of our annual initiative of South African designers and artists designing posters guided by one collective theme. This year’s exhibition is called Serenade your Walls, and is a collection of posters designed for 14 local bands. The project...

ubuntu collection inoue-brother-gazelle-ubuntu-collection-1 The Inoue Brothers was founded in 2004 by Japanese brothers Satoru and Kiyoshi Inoue - born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. A design/art studio based on a common love for two cultures, Japanese sensibility and Scandinavian simplicity. The brothers have collaborated with the djing, blogging, designing, art directing Créol Brothers (born in Mauritius and raised in Tanzania and Denmark and now working in advertising and PR in Amsterdam and Copenhagen) and with SA's own Gazelle to create a line of T-shirts entitled The Ubuntu Collection 'I am because we are'. Each tee is African inspired and comes with a beaded USB stick featuring behind the scenes images, portraits of the people of Khayelitsha, a short film by The Inoue Brothers & Gazelle and exclusive music tracks from Gazelle. All beading has been hand-sewn by the women of Khayelitsha. The line will be sold at high-end retailers around the world. Click through to see more designs. The Inoue Brothers Créol Brothers Gazelle

Xander Ferreira might sometimes be better known as the afro-kitch glam pop icon called Gazelle. Little to some of the bopping Assemblians know, he also takes amazing photographs. Xander Says: “Time and again we have discovered what humanity sees as human greatness, and how much falseness there...

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