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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

We’re back in the studio, but doing collaborations a little differently these days. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been hard at work setting up a socially distant system for working with artists to develop original screen prints. Without the in-studio exchange, new types of conversations, both verbal and visual,

Lockdown means, among many other unexpected scenarios, that we’re doing things a little differently this month. But there’s good news. We are offering a 10% discount on any screen prints purchased during this time, as a BUY NOW / GET IT LATER special.  Now is the time to buy that

As part of our new and improved website, we’re launching a 50ty/50ty collection called Special Projects, to showcase some very particular interests of ours. Think big names, bigger ideas, large scale and small editions. With Special Projects, we get to push the limits of the art of screen print and

This month, Cape Town offers us two must-see solo exhibitions by 50ty/50ty collaborators – John Murray and Marlene Steyn. Murray’s show, Sum of its Parts, is on until the end of November at WHATIFTHEWORLD and offers “a reconciliation of [his] two signature styles, abstract and figurative painting”, by presenting his creative processes.

Just two years ago, we released a screen print by Alexia Vogel – and you loved it. Swelter sold out fast, and we’ve had many, many requests for another of her works ever since. We’re not surprised – she’s an incredible young talent who keeps moving from strength to strength, having recently held

The cost of artworks is a subject often veiled in mystery and elitism. But because it’s Turbine time, because we released a higher-priced artwork last month, and because increasing accessibility to the art market is one of our core objectives – we’d like to offer a brief explainer of how

50ty/50ty collaborator Ruby Swinney graduated in 2015 with a sold-out exhibition, then followed that with a solo show at WHATIFTHEWORLD and a solo booth at the Cape Town Art Fair. And now – not even three years into her career – a solo exhibition of her work is debuting at

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