Catch-up over drinks + pizza after a day of inspiration at Design Indaba 5pm - 7pm 26/27/28 February 34 Camp Street, Tamboerskloof
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The early photographic memories of Francois Visser entail taking pictures of the ocean growing up, although he only got into photography much later after he left his position at an advertising agency to pursue a career in photography. Now – whether he’s photographing far away figures in lush South African landscapes or portraits in the suburbs of London – Francois’ photographs are simple, unforced and incredibly beautiful.
Read our interview with Francois Visser here.
Thomas Pepler is a graphic designer living in Cape Town. For the past three years he has been working at Monday Design, where he creates identities and builds brands for local businesses. He also takes film photographs of the things he sees day to day; a collection of which are archived on his blog: My Lucky Undies Are Red.
Read more about Thomas here.
One look and it’s immediately clear that Cape Town based artist, illustrator and designer Black Koki lacks nothing when it comes to the imagination. Employing a mix of traditional and modern techniques, his work is filled with curious-looking characters layered with symbolism. To create it, he either works independently or together with fellow artist and long-time collaborator Ello as Love and Hate – a multidisciplinary visual studio that the two of them began in 2004.
Read our interview with Black Koki here.
12x30 Project by Catherine Green. Follow her on Instagram for daily illustrations.
Oh Wow! - Portrait by John Murray
Oh Wow! - IINVERT #1 (Pen & Ink & Wash) by Bruce Mackay
‘Broken Foot Drawings‘ is an Instagram exhibition (that is, an exhibition on Instagram) of 22 original ink and watercolour illustrations based on glimpses of things that might have happened or may still happen by Koos Groenewald.
The exhibition will take place on Tuesday, 11 February 2014. Find out more: http://10and5.com/2014/01/30/broken-foot-drawings-an-exhibition-held-on-instagram/
Leonard Miller began taking site photographs as a first year architecture student. A few years later he has developed into a photographer with a visual language all his own. Often photographing the ocean, mountains, people and spaces; Leonard captures the quiet beauty of everyday life.
Read our interview with Leonard
'Main Road Chronicles' is an ongoing photography project by Guy Neveling and Paul Cocks.