Directed and stop-animated by Simeon van den Bergh, the video for ‘Sunscream’ sees colourful shapes and creatures bring a classic performance to life.
Tag: The Plastics
The Friendly Ghosties Tour is the first ever tour documentary for Cape Town band The Plastics.
As the industry rolls into town for SA’s biggest creative award show, we’ll be celebrating with equal shots of rock and rustigheid at our annual Loeries Weekend bash, this time together with the gang from Los Muertos Motorcycles.
Big cats, small cats, cats on drums, cats tapping them tambourines. God bless The Plastics for the new music video for their track ‘Occasional Lies’ off their album, Pyramid.
Continuing their relationship with SA musicians, and following on from last year’s Sunglasses At Night collaboration, Ray-Ban SA presents Legends Live, a 75th Anniversary campaign.
The spectacular results of the 2012 MK MVP.
South African band The Plastics came up with an interesting and collaborative idea for the artwork for their upcoming second album, Pyramid.
We have not seen much of Mary-Anne Hampton’s poster work for quite a while so we were quite excited to see this little gem.
Cape Town band The Plastics released their latest music video today directed by Rob Smith for their song ‘Stereo Kids’.
This is a We Are Awesome production filmed and edited by Adriaan Louw covering, documentary style, the recent 5 Gum Experience concerts in Joburg and Cape Town.
It feels unreal, but we have been compiling these Poster Picks for 10and5 for just under a year, forty eight posts to be exact. The posters we see daily can easily rival some of our favourite international poster designers’ work…
First up is Jarryd Kin’s crazy illustration work for Spring Eezy hosted by Hotbox, Ben Rausch sticking to animals as he gets ready for Bliksem! at Arcade Empire, Niall Bingham does great work for the Gil Hockman’s album launch, Michael Dos Ramos in support of Isochronous touring Durban with their album launch and lastly Louis Minnaar for Bittereinder, awesome.
This week we have Alistair Palmer with a beautiful poster for Tom Bryson, Mike Tymbios grabs our attention with a gritty poster for Supercancer/The Lottery Tickets/Bicycle Thief, very cool painting and illustration poster by Franco Fernandes for Like Knives/The Plastics and a clean poster by John Wills for Gazelle playing at the new Zula Bar.
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 […]
The Plastics recently launched their new CD Shark at The Assembly and included a wide range of supporting material in the build up and at the actual event. Have a look at how they carried their concept across multiple channels & let us know what you think.