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A World of Images | Francoise Nielly
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I think I have finally discovered my favorite artist! I have never before been drawn to anyone’s work like I have to that of Francoise Nielly. Her paintings are expressive and exhibit a brute force. Her colours are free, exuberant, surprising and exciting. This will be perfect on the walls of my dream apartment, which will be painfully minimalistic and mostly white. I now share...

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Experimental Typography | Anatomical Awesomeness
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Of all the achievements of the human mind, the birth of the alphabet is the most momentous. Letters, like men, have now an ancestry, and the ancestry of words, as of men, is often a very noble possession, making them capable of great things. Indeed, it has been said that the invention of writing is more important than all the victories ever won or...

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Paper Cuts
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Paper Cuts

Sep 14, 2010 by

I have been feeling mildly uninspired the last week or so and I haven’t been able to really find something awesome to put on the blog. Today, however, is a different story. I stumbled upon something totally amazing and I would like to share it with you. These amazing paper artworks are made by a French artist by the name of Anastasia Elias. She...

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Landscape photography | West Coast National Park
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I recently discovered this extraordinarily talented photographer from Germany called Jakob Wagner. His portfolio is super popular on the Behance Network and there is good reason for that. Here are a few examples of one of his most recent projects, taken in our very own country. His work is dark and mysterious and his use of perspective and post editing is immaculate. All of this...

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When art meets finance | The Sygnia Offices
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A few weeks ago, we had the official opening of our new offices here at Sygnia. We hired a professional photographer to capture the evening and I would love to share it with you. Our CEO, an insanely brainy and talented woman, did a wonderful job of channeling her style and design flare into the minds of the architects and interior decorators that were used. Noting the fact...

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Scrumptious Saturdays | Superette
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We have been wanting to experience this local hotspot called Superette in Woodstock, Cape Town. This Saturday was finally our chance to indulge in the much-talked about neighbourhood café where you can find an assortment of your favourite market produce and specialty foods. It once again proved something my mother, who is a wonderfully talented chef, always says when asked about creativity in our family:...

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