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.
Tag: Van Coke Kartel
The spectacular results of the 2012 MK MVP.
Hanno van Zyl got involved with the Van Coke Kartel ‘Chaos’ tour with this striking illustration.
There is no denying that Marchand takes his gig posters seriously. They are usually for friends, and usually awesome.
A case study on the launch campaign for Van Coke Kartel’s Wie’s Bang album, as narrated by front man Francois Van Coke.
Late in 2011 South African bands and artists JR, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Locnville, Van Coke Kartel, aKING and Thieve merged their talents and genres to collaborate on a unique version of Corey Hart’s 1984 hit Sunglasses at Night. This is the music video.
The music video for Van Coke Kartel’s third single, “Tot die son uitkom”, off their latest album “Wie’s Bang” was created by Chasing Migada Productions and released today.
The RE Jeans: presents In Conversation campaign is an extension of Woolworths’ ongoing collaboration with local musos.
With a portfolio spanning graphic design, illustration, comic art, sketching, broadcast design and digital, it seems Nanna’s talents know no bounds.
It’s time for another What We Are Going To Be Doing This Sunday and Gil Hockman is the man responsible for the poster. Bright colours are exactly what you can expect at this event.
Throughout 2011 we were kept regularly updated with Marchand’s gig poster work featured in Social Contract’s Poster Picks almost every Tuesday. The ever-impressive designer/illustrator’s latest work is also music related…
Chris Slabber’s use of texture and Bruno Morphet’s type makes for an impressive poster. Synergy Live this weekend is probably the only place to be in the Western Cape.
This is the third in a series of Van Coke Kartel comics that are launching in the build up to the band’s album launch in November.
It feels like we won the Lotto of poster awesomeness this week. Crazy posters and we still had to leave some out, luckily you can see the rest on our blog.
Illustration collective Says Who have been working with Wonder Mutt and Blink Stefanus on a series of graphic novels for the local band Van Coke Kartel.