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Ryan McArthur works as a graphic designer for King James RSVP and plays bass for Cape Town bands Captain Stu and The Little Kings. So he knows a thing or two about music and designing a good album cover....

strawberry Steri Stumpie have been running a Flavour Nation League competition where the prize is a limited edition Steri-inspired Puma hoodie. The designs are by King James RSVP and each is inspired by a Steri flavour. The competition runs until the 30th of April so you still have a little time to enter and there are 450 hoodies to be won. More info on the competition here.
Levi's Loves Local The latest Levi's campaign by King James RSVP is Levi's Loves Local, a promotion to celebrate and show off South African street and urban culture to those were in South Africa around the time of the World Cup. This was their idea, "We conceptualised a clothing range which uses South African iconography to reflect the sheer awesomeness of our culture. A diverse team of local designers were briefed and the results show that Levi's really does love all things about Mzansi. Levi's loves Local." The designs were used across t-shirts, hoodies, belts, caps, shoes, underwear and jeans.
Steri flavournation 2 Steri Stumpie, South Africa’s best loved flavoured milk drink, has launched a new phase of its award winning social media campaign. Dubbed the Flavour Nation, the new integrated work is designed to grow the community around the brand by encouraging Steri lovers to champion their favourite flavour through very public displays of affection. You can read their blog post here for the official announcement of the rise of the Steri nation. Or click through for the press release.
strawberry-steri-stumpie We have been so excited about receiving the latest campaign for South African favourite, Steri Stumpie, done by King James RSVP. We've included some work in progress pics for you to have a look at as well. Enjoy!
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