It’s always so exciting to see our alumni do well once they’re out there in the world! Here, we’re sharing some work by Maryke van Rensburg, who graduated from the Academy with a BA in Applied Design and Photography.
Her work has been featured in Fuse Magazine and we must say – it looks incredible! Great work Maryke!
You can visit Maryke’s website here to see more of her work.
And if you’d like to follow her on Instagram, you can check out her profile here.
These seemingly simple print ads for Gold’s Gym by RG2 Venezuela tell a great story using a repeating pattern that slowly changes over time. This indicates that it’s a journey towards health and fitness, rather than a singular destination or that there’s some kind of quick fix. Over a period of ‘time’ we see the body silhouettes slowly change until they reach their ‘goal’ form, with the Gold’s Gym logo in the bottom right hand corner.
We are having our final Open Day for the year on Saturday 19 August at our campus in Stellenbosch and we’d love you to come!
We’ll be holding curriculum talks at 10:30 and 12:00. If you’re interested in attending, please send us a mail here.
We can’t wait to see you there!
Italian illustrator Matteo Berton has a simple style we love. He manages to take frenetic scenes of cities and crowds and break them down into their constituent shapes – bringing some kind of order to the chaos.
You can see more of his inspirational work here.
When you’ve got a really powerful headache, it can feel like the world is going to end. The pain is just so much it almost defies explanation. Joe Public did a great job here, turning the idea around and finding metaphors that feel like the worst headache you’ve head – positioning Compral as the medication of choice when you’ve got a serious headache.
So, before it ‘bursts into flame’, don’t forget to take a Compral!
We love this campaign by DDB Berlin for Volkswagen’s keyless entry system. Using smart art direction and great illustration, they show the viewer how tough it can be to find your keys when your hands are full.
Simple and to the point – just the way we like it!
Such great news!
We’ve just received word that 14 of our projects have been recognised as semifinalists in the Adobe Awards 2017.
We’ve included just three projects here, but to see them all – we do suggest you go here and see the amazing work created by our students.
We’re seriously holding thumbs, good luck everyone!