Striking new Zeitz MOCAA museum for contemporary art built in Cape Town’s docklands


Zeitz Mocaa Museum Cape Town

Zeitz Mocaa Museum Cape Town

British design wunderkind, Thomas Heatherwick has recently created a massive nine story space carved out of former grain silos. One of the largest art galleries in the southern hemisphere, the Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa), comprises 6000 square metres of exhibition space across 80 gallery spaces.

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October 2017


Contemporary street artist, FinDAC, blends East and West


Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon - A wall in West Lonodon

Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon – A wall in West Lonodon

Irish born Street Artist FinDAC has created a wonderfully unique and bright style for his contemporary art. He began with street art, but has now extended into mix media in order to make an honest living. The artist, who lives and works in London, creates large murals of Geisha like women, inspired by the 19-century art movement Aestheticism.

 

Managing and Creative Director, digital music nut, traditional pen and paper fan yet loves all things clickaty blinky


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August 2017


Christmas ads across the continent


2014-12-17 11_19_59-Weihnachtszeit mit REWE - YouTube_edited“A trafficked penguin, a creepy talking doll and trench warfare.” That’s Charlie Brooker’s roundup of this year’s Christmas ads. Stepping further afield, here’s how the rest of the world has been getting in the consumer spirit.

 

 

 


The Firedog Roundup: Joyce Didonato, Art vs Machine and our nationwide campaign


The Firedog studios have been kept very busy these last few weeks. Our nationwide offshore wind campaign for DONG Energy UK is up in most tube stations and is featured in the national and regional press. In other news, read about our Hoxton Square BBQ and Joyce Didonato’s Barbican performance.

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Our latest campaign for DONG Energy UK


The weekly roundup: fake sculptures, hand-crafted typography and a new website launch


el_280714_01-630x354Fabrice Le Nezet’s fake sculptures in Dalston Junction sparked debates this week. When we spend most of our time glued to screens, does it even matter whether a piece of artwork exists in the physical world? We’ve also been looking at hand drawn typography, discussing the significance of hackathons and have just launched our biggest website to date. Read on.