Last night I went to the launch of Anisa’s new collection for Mr Price that is coming out on Monday. The pieces are bright and graphic and really interesting and the face behind the designs is such a cool person, who you can see in so genuinely amped to have her stuff out there for everyone to enjoy.
Back in the day my gran, the lovely lady above, was and still is now a beautiful woman, who always takes so much pride in her appearance. When I was younger I always remember her being so well put together, her hair was always made up and she always had the prettiest jewellery on.
The lovely girls from Driehoek are putting on a solo exhibition again at Wolves. The last time they did that it was a sold out show because their stuff was damn nice and fun. I really can’t wait for this one either. It starts this Friday at Wolves at 6pm. See you there…
- In this exhibition, we explore the Eureka movement. Focusing on the scientific and in this particular case, the squishy bits. The Eureka movement is a movement of discovery and intellectual enrichment, making information accessible and understandable to the people. We are students of the eureka movement but of course we don’t take it to seriously. From dissecting a Ninja turtles hand to our interpretation of the human nerves system, to imagined geological studies and science puns. We discover the many imagined, colourful, quirky and humours surfaces of the scientific. We are so exited to launch our latest exhibition: Surfaces, in Johannesburg and for the first time ever in Cape Town! Come and join us for a glass of wine.
Trying out a new theme on my blog. Shane sat with me last night and helped me swop over, but I’m feeling a bit strange about it. I think it’s because I have been staring at the same layout for the last 6 years and now it’s no longer there, like a familiar face when you come home after a long holiday. It’s not drastically different, but I feel like I’m almost cheating in a way, dramatic I know, but hey.