by MarkLives. Michelle Beh is our second panellist to tackle: “Are SA ad agencies and brands embracing an authentically African narrative and aesthetic or do they continue to imitate US and European work?”
by Shane de Lange. My top five local covers for 2018 take the cultural baton from the sentiments listed in my “2018 in review” column.
Shane de Lange’s weekly analysis of media design — both past and present, print and online — from South Africa and around the world.
ELLE South Africa, International Times (IT), Same Old Magazine and The New York Times Magazine — Shane de Lange’s weekly pick of great media design!
ELLE South Africa, Enso, Migrant Journal, Prufrock, The Country Gentleman and The New York Times Magazine — Shane de Lange’s weekly pick!
by Herman Manson. Tseliso Rangaka was one surprised man the day he was offered the top creative job at Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town.
by Herman Manson. Less than a year since the merger of OFyt and Bletchley Park, the new combined agency is emerging from a process of integration.
by Remon Geyser. Although Ethiopia’s online population is still relatively small, we asked our creative network for a a snapshot of what’s trending in the country recently to see what we may learn.
The 2014 Assegai Awards winners were announced on Thursday evening, 6 November 2014.
by Thabang Leshilo (@Thabang_Leshilo) While some cultural references have become clichéd narratives in popular culture, I believe the African aesthetic may be the very next big thing across the globe.