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Side Street Fest looks like the best party of the weekend and the poster is certainly a drawing card. Be sure to drop in there....

Ian Jepson made the beautiful poster for Holiday Murray and Sons of Settlers. They are touring and will be in the Gauteng area the next few days, so go and support your favourite band....

Simon Berndt combining Pin-up girls and a bit of kitsch for his latest poster, and the band line-up looks stellar....

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...

Get ready to get some ink this weekend with the Cape Town International Tattoo Convention which, like the previous years, won't disappoint. Simon Berndt is featured twice today with his Death or Glory and Hold fast posters, staying with bold fonts, loads of red and...

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...

Check out the second installation of Audrey magazine, a digital mag showcasing the current coolness of the South African creative industry. You can download the entire magazine in PDF format from their site (it's too big for us to link to it directly or upload it...

Mancream ad 3 We featured the Mancream ads last week and we're unearthed who was behind it all! Featured above here is the last missing ad that we've managed to track down as well. Click through for more, and also some behind the scenes pics.
The DA has entered the above-the-line campaign race with this inspiring little TV ad. The ad carries an uplifting message, focusing on the hope that, with your support, the DA can make South Africa a better place for all. The only question is who’dunnit? Here’s to hoping one of you has some answers for us. The awesome thing is that they aren’t just speaking to the older generation through conventional media. The DA is bringing the Rock the Vote initiative (made popular in the U.S) to South Africa and they’ve got some awesome local talent to back them up. The poster, designed by graphic artist Rouleaux van der Merwe, is pretty attractive too! So points to the DA for speaking to the youth in a language we understand and appreciate.
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