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trendtalk is a regular open industry event where anyone interested is invited to listen to talks by key presenters revealing the latest design and décor trends, and sharing visuals, provocative ideas and thoughts on lifestyle shifts. ...

Yesterday Plascon launched their digital offering. To celebrate they commissioned local born, London based artist Warren Lewis to create a collection of shareware art....

Trend Talk is an open industry event, where key presenters reveal the latest design and décor trends and share visuals, ideas and thoughts on lifestyle shifts in 2012 and beyond....

painting creches 8 Write on Africa is a not for profit initiative managed by A Word of Art. Their aim is to bring about social change and urban rejuvenation through art in public spaces. Together with See-Saw-Do an initiative started by creative activist/artist/illustrator Xanele Van Rensburg, Write on Africa's latest project has been to paint creches. The first, Siyakhula creche in Kayamandi, was designed by Xanele Van Rensburg and completed on Saturday with the help of painting volunteers and paint sponsored by Plascon. The next creche to be painted has been designed by Linsey Levendall (Bison). Read more about the project at www.writeonafrica.org or visit their facebook page. Click through to see photos of the creche being transformed.

  The latest work done by King James for Plascon. The final title reads "Are you secretly yearning for change?" Quite an interesting approach to selling paint. Hope to get a better quality version soon.  Writer: Devin Kennedy Art Director:   Damian Bonse Creative Director: Alistair King Director: Adrian de...

simba-welcome-to-a-slice-of-simba-life-1 Gloo has sent us some of their latest work - we know it's not the flashy creative stuff that won them awards at the Loeries and other places, but they are still very well executed sites for Plascon, Simba and a very cool little flash game for Food24. Both Plascon and Simba include wonderfully rich, detailed and finely crafted flash banners, while still sticking to strict content control (these are corporate sites after all). The Simba site also has a flash animated landing page from where you can go to the relevant pages. The animation is best experienced by clicking through to the relevant sites. More images behind the link.
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