by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) For our weekly wrap-up, we’ve collected: ‘Take Me Home’ illustration expo photos; freelance writer, researcher and illustrator Catherine Green’s 12×30 Project; King James’ Do It Yourself Design initiative for Antalis’ 2014 Munken Journal; FoxP2’s ‘Shoes’ and ‘Sandton’ TVCs for Liberty; Connect ZA/British Council’s ‘Future Music’ web doc directed by Chris Saunders; Instagramers South Africa; and graphic designer Bruno Morphet.
by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) In our roundup this (particularly exciting) week we bring you: the launch of our Fresh Meat Graduate Series, Laura Windvogel (aka Lady Skollie)’s sex ‘zine; the rest of our Nokia Lumia Nothing Else Comes Close group exhibition; and design from Dutchmann, Traffic and Whippet.
Design Annotator with Uno de Waal is a new column featuring the top design work from South Africa’s biggest online creative showcase, Between 10 and 5, curated by Publisher Uno de Waal
Cannes Lions have come and gone with South Africa bringing a healthy few awards home. We’ve found and collected all the best South African creative pieces for you to view in one easy place. Have a look through our list and decide for yourself if you thought it deserved a win. The Here 2013 conference hosted by website It’s Nice That also happened recently and we have a great little write-up on it. Back in illustration land, Ben Johnson wows us with his incredible graphic and photography work. If you’ve ever been to a gig at EVOL you’ve probably seen his great work. Local photographer Chris Saunders teams up with Dazed and Confused former editor Rod Stanley to produce a short video on the exciting under current of the Johannesburg youth culture movement. Have a good read.
Hello World Agency officially launched their new offices in the Design District of Rosebank recently and took the opportunity to showcase their innovative approach to branding.
The launch concept was a collaboration that included South Africa’s top photographic and artist talent, as well as staff, media and clients, who were all asked to participate in developing a multi-medium exhibition of how they interpreted Hello World. This idea was taken one step further by integrating their interpretations into the ever-evolving brand identity to form a multi-dimensional view of Hello World.