This week we’ve got illustrations a-plenty, an impressive public art crowd-funding initiative and a preview of the Jane Sews Winter collection.
When contemplating Untamed creativity, unconventional process and invention, designer-maker consultancy Thingking is a natural association.
Designer-makers Lyall Sprong and Marc Nicolson from Thingking are hosting a Secret Dinner on Friday 20 September 2013, as a build-up to The Spier Secret Festival. Think machines, voice distortion, smoke screens and lighting effects.
From curated online stores to repurposed wood transformed in a milk shed; these are the product design-focussed Self-Starters we have our eye on now.
Castle Lite recently introduced their Extra Cold Mind Reader conceptualised, developed and designed by Hellocomputer.
The 2nd annual 48-hour Hellocomputer Hack-a-thon took place last week Friday and Saturday. This is Thingking’s entry, their idea was to build something that would help kids make pancakes.
During this process we came across some incredible campaigns that we thought deserved another look. These projects range from online video campaigns to street installations to Twitter-activated contraptions.
This activation was launched as part of the new Toyota Etios campaign, ‘Here to make you smile’.
On Friday BOS Ice Tea launched a Twitter-activated sampling machine.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for sweetcorn & tomato jam flavoured ice-cream! Just one of the adventurous flavour pairings served up by concept caravan The Soft Machine.
It’s time for Rock Me Again, again! The initiative, started by Capsule Projects, that challenges a select group of SA fashion designers to rework garments donated by the public, which will be photographed and exhibited, is back for another round.