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It’s always a privilege to collaborate with a screen print veteran, especially when said veteran is exploring new creative ground. We released our first 50ty/50ty artwork by renowned (and notorious) artist Anton Kannemeyer almost three years ago – a beautiful, one-colour pine tree study that, unsurprisingly, sold out fast. ‘On the

Colijn Strydom shares the thinking behind his latest endeavour, the Bacchae Project, a.k.a. “Beauty Terror Pentheus”: In the Bacchae Project, I produce room-sized installations that consist of a mass of ceramics, drawings, paintings, performance and photography, using Euripides’ The Bacchae as the departure point for an exploration of themes of gender

Emerging artist Adele van Heerden first graced our digital space with Homecoming – her contribution to our colour-in downloads project way back when we thought lockdown would only be three weeks long. Now, we’re thrilled to release her 50ty/50ty edition, titled Vanitas and inspired by the 17th century genre of

As August is Women’s Month in South Africa, we’d like to showcase some of our latest releases by women artists. This didn’t require any particular effort; coincidentally, collaborations with women have dominated the studio recently, albeit in a virtual sense. While we miss the in-person, in-studio conversations, lockdown necessitated new approaches

Well, we’re halfway through 2020 and discovering all sorts of ways to navigate this strange, new terrain. The studio has been as busy as ever with our virtual collaborations, and we’re even participating in an online art fair. Meet-in-the-making | Breaking the rules with Alexia Vogel We’re pleased to release a new

Have we got news for you. This week, we release two extra-special edition screen prints by those masters of the medium: Conrad Botes and Anton Kannemeyer. But that’s not all. These large-scale, limited editions of 25 were created as the covers for the latest edition of Bitterkomix, with the release of

Our Meet-in-the-making project is coming along nicely, and we now have four of these single-colour screen prints out in the world. Interestingly, there seems to be a dominant theme surfacing – across the works of very different artists with very different styles. It’s the common thread of the natural world

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