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We’ve been fortunate to work with Nina Torr on a number of screen prints, with her Meet-in-the-making artwork one of the first in our sketchbook inspired project, and our 2016 collaboration titled "Keep me there" a firm favourite with art buyers. The sophisticated line rendering that characterises her work makes for

In this Special Project, Nelo Teixeira’s sketchbook was our source of inspiration – and also functioned as the common language between us and the Portuguese-speaking artist. This most remote of collaborations – across countries and language barriers – was paradoxically intimate, dynamic and exciting, afforded by the immediacy of his sketches,

From the signature strokes of Michael Taylor’s pencil, comes a very special Special Project indeed: “The Onlookers” – a gorgeous, massive, two-colour screen print edition of just five prints. This 50ty/50ty artwork has its origins in the pages of Taylor’s sketchbook, as an A5 pencil drawing. We were keen to see

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

Among the serious problems that marked the hard lockdown of 2020, were the lesser frustrations that belong more in the notorious First World Problem category. Problems like “What can I do in my leisure time now that outside is forbidden?” and “Why did I panic-buy all these bananas?” seemed to

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

Louis de Villiers is back (with blue) in the studio. He continues to explore the cultural codes of our social, consumerist landscape – a landscape where brands and personal style communicate philosophical affiliation and social status. But, while once known for his limited colour palette of black, white and gold,

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

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