Five Cape Town agencies worked together on urban design project that saw five black garbage bins turned into works of art.
“Moonwalk” is the latest in a series of award winning ads for National Geographic Kids magazine by FoxP2. Hats off to Andrew Whitehouse and Justin Gomes for another charming winner.
For the South African launch of the Nike Dunk Mick & Nick asked six graffiti artists each to spray-paint a taxi using the Nike Dunk colours.
Wie is Dit? is a quirky picture book of Bible stories launched earlier this year by Vuvu, an imprint of Electric Book Works. Its PR blurb says the book is being marketed to kids “and inquisitive grown-ups
of all religious persuasions.” But Mark predicts another audience for this book,
This poster campaign done pro bono by Lowe Bull art director Juliet Honey urges people to one again ‘feel something’ in a world of pop and plastic. “The symphony however, is very real – real music played by real people, in real time,” says Honey.
The Xenocentric Range from Love Jozi is on exhibit at TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris until Friday 29 August featuring foreigners who have made Jozi their home. It explores why forigners become Joburgers by choice, like Abe from Honululu, who answers “In Jozi strangers say hi” and Mwala who said “Jozi is my classroom.”