Tag: Merwe Marchand le Roux

Baden Moir for Body and Soul (Frieda's on Bree)

Social Contract’s Poster Picks

Baden Moir made the fantastic poster for Body and Soul with a very unique African vibe to it. Perfect. Marchand is a man you can count on if you want a poster to scream at the viewer. Bright colours and signature style illustration is key. Rouleaux brings the Rock and Roll once […]

Andrew Ringrose for Discotheque (The Assembly)

Social Contract’s Poster Picks

It’s great to see new work by Andrew Ringrose again, and of coarse Marchand, Doktrine and Stathi Kougianos won’t disappoint. Posters featuring Sibot, aKing, Nymfo, Cortina Whiplash, The Black Hotels, SFR and Liver.

Simon Maclennan for The Dirty Skirts (Zula Sound Bar)

Social Contract’s Poster Picks

This weeks’s poster picks is something that we are slightly proud of, so we are sure that you will love what we have to show you. The Dirty Skirts, We Set Sail, Heazer, Niskerone and Die Heuwels Fantasties all feature, and the designers rip out their guns to bring you […]

Stephen Wallace and Jéan Lombard for City Of Heroes (Tings & Times)

Social Contract’s Poster Picks

This past week we saw some tragedy in Japan, and it’s amazing how quick people react  in support of a good cause. We collected a few Japan Relief Effort posters here. We have some super illustration posters this week, a welcome break from the usual digital posters, by some very talented people. […]

Bison (Illustration by Linsey Levendall) for Aking

Social Contract’s Poster Picks

What a week in posters, and there are still more streaming in. We really don’t know how you are supposed to choose which gig you are attending these days, with nights so full of amazing parties. Make sure to go to at least one of them. Posters curated by Social […]

Serenade your Walls – a 10and5 exhibition

Serenade your Walls – a 10and5 exhibition

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 aims to showcase South […]