by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) Today on Design Annotator we’ve got: r1’s street art Yield; Spier Architectural Arts creative director Liani van der Westhuizen; new work by Wesley van Eeden; Cape Town Love app; Josh Hayman’s GoldRush; Four Corners director Ian Gabriel; making of Four Corners; XooXity Hackathon recap and winner; 2014 Loerie Awards campaign; and the new Standard Bank TVC from TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris and Egg Films.
Design Annotator with Uno de Waal is a column featuring the top design work from South Africa’s biggest online creative showcase, Between 10 and 5, curated by Publisher Uno de Waal @Unodewaal.
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 @Unodewaal.
Street art and graffiti has often received a bad reputation by being classified as vandalism. If you feel the same way, have a look at r1’s beautiful street interventions – it could very well change your perception of what is traditionally considered as street art. For some reason the beer industry has been upping their game – this week we’re featuring two new beer campaigns, one being an interesting longer-format TV ad and the other a physical/digital implementation – definitely an interesting way to market beer. We’ve also completed the Dutchmann Racing Poster series – 10 of South Africa’s top illustrators created posters for the Dutchmann racing team. Have a read and let us know what you think in the comments.