Following up on our post last week, you must have been spotting a trend by now. Fridays are Follow Fridays – a meme where you post a couple of people whom you suggest following. This week our focus is on strategists. We’re showcasing the people who put things together, who […]
South African photographer Marc Shoul has worked for various local and international magazines including Time, Colors, Wired, Blueprint, Dazed and Confused, Design Indaba, World Health Organization, SL, Marie Claire, Men’s Health and Mother Jones. He has also photographed for various advertising clients and agencies including TBWA Hunt Lascaris (Sasol, Standard […]
Due to the credit crunch shoppers has changed their way of indulgement, they now only spend the amount of money they think the product is worth and and will not pay over the mark for it anymore. This opened a whole new gap for opportunity in the market, especially the […]
MetroFM has always done had some amazing work produced for them. I’m already quite a fan of their billboard and print ads, and I found this TV commercial great. The press release says: Devised by the Net#work BBDO creative team of Donovan Goliath and Reggie Makhetha and overseen by Creative […]
The Kinky Afro campaign by Good Hope FM certainly isn’t new – you’ve certainly spotted the ads on TV (if not, we’ve embedded it below). The site for Kinky Afro was produced by Gloo and takes a tongue in cheek look at the computers we used during the 80’s and […]
Time flies when you’re having fun, so for us the 2009 SA Blog Awards have come quickly! If you like what we’re doing, we ask that you please nominate us here: Nominate Between 10 and 5.
While the past week was choc-n-block full of everything Design Indaba, we’ve kept a bit quiet about it – we felt most of it was being covered by the traditional outlets already (if you beg to differ, do tell us so in the comments below). What we did want to […]
Gloo has sent us some of their latest work – we know it’s not the flashy creative stuff that won them awards at the Loeries and other places, but they are still very well executed sites for Plascon, Simba and a very cool little flash game for Food24. Both Plascon […]
GSDH recently completed the portfolio website of an internationally acclaimed French photographer Ugo Richard. The site was completed by Ernst Lass and went on to win an award at the German Multimedia Awards for GSDH. The site is very minimalist, and it is a great way to get to the […]
Yeah Twitter is finally hitting the mainstream, if you’ve been active for a couple of months I’m sure you would have spotted the bump in follows this past month (it’s even being mentioned in newspaper articles!). If you’re new to Twitter we’ve narrowed down a list of some people you […]
Vodacom has launched a new campaign (Player 23) to target the enthusiastic rugby fans for the Super 14. It features a rugby fan called Jan, the 23rd player, who’s following his daily routine – but with the team following him around and trying to be exactly like him. Besides the […]
Via: Cherryflava: That shirt pops up again. There is an enormous t-shirt hanging from a building on the corner of Wale and Long street. It’s not the prettiest of shirts – but it is quite big and eye-catching. We’re asking Who Dunnit? Drop the answer in the comments.
Originally via: Marklives!com. Kind Pockets, Richard Hart’s debut solo exhibition opens at Whatiftheworld in Cape Town this February during the week of Design Indaba. Hart is best known as the creative force behind Disturbance, the highly acclaimed Durban based design studio that was recently featured on the cover of the […]
The other day it hit me that I really didn’t know who produced the Bakers Biscuits TV Commercial. It was pretty easy to find who did the production on it – BlackGinger.tv is responsible for the production of the video and the entire commercial was designed and directed by Shy […]
Louis de Jager Vorster After receiving his National Diploma (Industrial Design) in Johannesburg in 1996, Louis moved to Cape Town where he received a Higher Diploma (Industrial Design) the following year. He taught part-time at the Cape Technikon for a couple of years before his design and visual communication background […]