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.
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Bruno Morphet sets the mood for today’s Poster Picks. We always love the illustrations BrentBlack Studios creates for the Park Acoustics gigs.
Annika de Korte made the spectacular poster that kicks this post off. Nice texture, another one I wish was screenprinted.
The quirky and fun poster by Shane Durrant is bound to get you in the mood for a kiff party with the Tutus.
Wolves Cafe will become Letterland for the month of August with the Yay Bee Sea poster exhibition.
Owners of the always popular Wolves Cafe, Shane (also of Desmond & the Tutus) and Angie (also of Lucky Pony) Durrant have recently opened a noodle bar called The Good Luck Club.
New from Draftfcb Joburg and directed by Sweet Spot Content’s Miles Goodall, this commercial for Vodacom features HHP and Shane Durrant from Desmond and the Tutus.
Wolves along with Wrigley’s 5 Gum have launched a limited edition T-shirt line featuring original artwork by 20 different local artists and designers.
We really hate having to leave out so much work on this post but the good news is that the rest of the posters are on our poster blog on Wednesday. For now we have posters for Desmond and the Tutus, The Great Apes, Versus the Wolf…
This week we have posters for aKing, 3rd World Spectator, Desmond and the Tutus, The Narrow and Woodstock Mafia to name a few. Killer posters to put you in a good mood.
Posters curated by Social Contract.
There’s a new shop in Johannesburg and it’s called Wolves. Check out some pics of the interior and swing past 4 Corlett drive from Tuesday onwards.
The boys over at We-Are-Awesome have launched their latest project titled Spaces – it’s a collection of spaces people inhabit. In the first issue they feature Angie and Shane Durrant: Shane and Angie kindly showed us around their apartment in Jozi and now we in turn are showing you. Avid […]
Very interesting print campaign featuring some awesome illustrations by The Jupiter Drawing Room. The campaign aims at promoting CNA’s product variety. Click through
Shane’s site is funny as all hell. Take a look through his “previous jobs“: taxidermist, Celebrity Impersonator, Novelty Snack Inventor, Dermatologist and Copywriter. Currently Shane is the main designer for the band Desmond and the Tutu’s. Stroll through his portfolio .
This is the latest Steers ad from King James JHB. We don’t have much information about the ad yet, but let us know what you think! Creative director: Greg Cameron Art directors: Grieg Watt, Martin Sing Writer: Shane Durrant Animation house: The Deli Animator: Frank Weber