This is a follow on from an earlier post , Swimming on a Piece of Paper (http://www.shedrawsstuff.com/?p=157), and is still on show at Salon 91 inKloof Street, Cape Town.
Cedar SA recently commissioned a few illustrations for an article about Ingrid Jonker in the recent edition of the HighLife magazine. I always enjoy working with their creative team – so this project was really no different. The article is haunting, beautiful. I still get goosebumps when I read it. Ingrid Jonker was a sadly(…)
Farrah is visiting the Drawing Room in Observatory in Cape Town at the moment (I hear she’s having a ball of a time, who says Cape winters are bad?!) Here are a few of the illustrations on show. Go have a look! Very nice little space, they host some awesome events: https://www.facebook.com/thedrawingroomcafe Farrah is there till(…)
So, my sister has this dog, Farrah. Farrah, as you can tell from the title of this post, is NOT a Dalmatian. Yet, when my sister takes said dog for walks, people admire the beautiful specimen as the wrong breed. This irks my sister to no end (and sometimes the dog also looks perturbed ). This(…)
I recently took part in a group show at The Drawing Room Cafe in Observatory Cape Town. The Drawing Room is the “new kid on the block” in the area, and I’m looking forward to some amazing things there! Design Indaba was kind enough to do a little review on the show, the curator and(…)
2015 has been insane. I don’t know how we are at May already. June. Let’s not even talk about June. But it’s been an awesome year so far! Here are some photos of the show I had at Rust-en-Vrede Gallery and Clay Museum in Durbanville, Cape Town. Pool People Series I(…)
I’m taking part in the Paper Planes exhibition that will be up at the Design Indaba Expo in Cape Town from 27 February to 1 March. In short, the exhibition will have 44 illustrators, each of which has done their own visual interpretation of a local, South African story. I got Jakkals Trou met Wolf(…)
Happy 2015! It’s a new year with new resolutions. One of them being to spend more time blogging. So, after about 40 minutes of trying to reset my password (this has been my life for the past week, trying to remember lost and forgotten passwords), here’s some work I’ve been doing over the holidays. I’m(…)