by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) This week on Design Annotator we’re highlighting: David Krut Print Workshop, Stand 47, Beatenberg #10and5Takeover, InAWE Residency with Fort Rixon, Break.Make.Create, “Wake Up, This Is Joburg”, 16 Jozi gallery spaces and art museums, and the “City of Gold Diggers” exhibition.
The end of an era arrived last week as the much-revered Encyclopaedia Britannica ceased print publication.
Taking an ad agency into media ownership might sound odd to many executives but Alistair King from King James explains it was born from a personal and professional need not to come stuck in a single medium and from frustration with the general state of the ad industry.
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,
An interesting story on the Mail & Guardian Online by Nosimilo Ndlovu titled ‘Political books go pop.’ Ndlovu reveals books about the state of the nation and local politicos are turning into surprised bestsellers.