Monthly Archives: November 2014

Timo Lenzen Posters

Timo Lenzen is a graphic designer from Germany, and one can immediately see his European design lineage when having a look at his posters. Stark, minimalist and mostly black and white with no extraneous details – this is true European design.

We love the flatness and starkness. Great work!

To see more of Lenzen, check out his website here.

Higher Certificate in Commercial Photography

If you’ve got an eye for photography or are looking to upskill and turn your hobby into a way to make money – we’ve got the perfect opportunity.

Our Higher Certificate in Commercial Photography is a one year course that helps you build an extensive portfolio to help you get out there and start making a name for yourself.

Applications close on 30 January 2015, so don’t waste time!

If you’re interested, send a mail to Louise and get applying – we hope to see you soon!


Studio Muti – Lighthouses of Southern Africa

Studio Muti is a Cape Town based illustration studio who do some amazing work. Here, we see a poster that details the lighthouses of Southern Africa, along with a custom typeface and a smart colour palette.

But Studio Muti don’t just do flat design and illustration, they also do product design, typography and icons – amongst others! To learn more about them and soak in some inspiration, check out their website over here.

Omar Viktor Diop – Photographer

Omar Viktor Diop is a Senegalese photographer whose portraits bring African energy to life so powerfully. We love the colour and pattern and drama – these images are quintessentially African. Focusing on Fine Arts, Portrait and Fashion photography – we can see an amazing career for Omar Diop ahead and can’t wait to see where he goes!

To see more of Diop’s work, have a look at his website here.

Sage Sohier – About Face

Sage Sohier is an American photographer who has specialised in documentary / portrait photography for more than 30 years. Here, she has photographed people who have had facial paralysis – giving us a poignant, human look at a condition that by it’s very nature makes it hard to capture: People with facial paralysis generally don’t want their portraits taken.

This is some really brave, thought-provoking work. For more of Sohier’s work – have a look at her website over here.

Flowershop In The House Of Flowers

We came across these prints for a book by Serbian writer Lazar Dzamic, called Flowershop in the house of flowers: An essential guide through the Serbian mentality, designed by Studio 360 Ljubljana and we just had to share them.

Using collage with unexpected elements, these designs are anything but boring!

Such beautiful work.