Over at Mashable they have a pretty good guide on how to use Twitter if you are an artist. Of course you can apply quite a lot of the principles to any creative house as well, even if you are a freelancer or agency. Tweetable Art: 10 Twitter Tips for […]
Dylan van Loggerenberg is a freelance illustrator and animator who’s flash portfolio Tentacle Soup and blog is well worth a look. The story so far…
UPDATE: this has been solved. Click through to view who did the campaign. We couldn’t find out who produced this video for Sports Illustrated Afrikaans. It’s our Who Dunnit of the week. We had to do some sleuthing around to find it at all online at first, we eventually found […]
Byron Rode is a full time professional freelance photographer and web developer living and working in Cape Town. He has been shooting photographs since he was 8 years old and professionally since 2004. During the last 5 years he has had the pleasure of shooting alongside many great photographers and […]
T.I.T.E.S. brings the cutting edge of themed Electro Punk to a crowd that has been starved of a good dance for far too long. These bi-monthly parties reinvent the rave, incorporating elements of electronic music and video art hosted in eclectic spaces. Presented by HAEZER producer and DJ, these T.I.T.E.S. […]
Yes we can! make the internet a better place. Featured here is between 10 and 5 photography sites created with Tank micro-site builder.
Cow Africa did a 10 second television commercial for Gridstar, Vodacom’s new online talent show where people can film themselves putting their talents to good use and upload it via their cellphones. The ad is already being showed on national TV, but now you can get a glimpse of it […]
“Zeitgeist” at Magpie Gallery is an exhibition by Jessica Ballantyne, Ladiné Joubert, Ma¹a Milovanoviæ and Daandrey Steyn. It Takes place at the Magpie Gallery, Southdowns Shopping Centre. Starting on Friday the 14th of February at 6pm till the 5th of March 6pm. The Magpie Gallery is situated on the corner […]
[image title=”primivalentines-splashpage_1″ size=”large” id=”980″ align=”center” ] BlackSheep studios, who we’ve featured before, have recently completed a microsite for Primi Piatti. They created a concept game around “playing your cards right” that they matched with a suitable grungy 50’s feel. The concept was visually applied to Posters, Hanging Banners, Table Talkers […]
Wednesday night at Assembly another Pecha Kucha was held by Instant Grass. Between 10and5 was invited to do a presentation and we picked our topic to be Between 5 and 10 memes that have shaped the internet. For thos that don’t know, Pecha Kucha is a presentation style with 20 […]
[image title=”0332_Season Logo 4″ size=”large” id=”967″ align=”center” ] Intelligent brand solutions is what Malossol prides themselves in. Included in this post is some work they’ve done for Sevruga and the sister restaurant Beluga. Also check out the logos for Salt, Season, Brasserie and another newsletter for Cape to Bahia.
[image title=”Working in a sweatshop” size=”full” id=”985″ align=”left” alt=”This could be you!”] Yes this could be you if you don’t watch out! Come work with us at Between 10 and 5 to make sure you don’t end up in a Chinese sweatshop! Who would’ve thought that we’re ready to hire […]
It seems as if Directory sites are a dime a dozen these days (heck, we might even be thought of as one!). Every now and again something catches your eye though, the South African Design directory is one of those sites. They keep things fresh and interesting while having a […]
[image title=”29012009448″ size=”large” id=”958″ align=”center” ] We spotted this 2-way mirror ad in the bathrooms at Wembley Square. It’s a large printed advertisement that’s been mirror printed, so that when you stand in front of the the mirror it shows up behind you. The ad shows you standing in front […]
[image title=”sticker-pole-jam” size=”full” id=”952″ align=”center” ] Skull Boy has got some sick illustration and wheatpaste work up in Durban. We love his style and think you should check out more of his work below. After you’ve done that, check out his Flickr page.