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Beautiful Typographic Work by Jordan Metcalf

One of the best places to keep up with what's going on in the graphic design world is without any doubt Behance. We've been following Behance since the beginning and it never ceases to impress us the work we see there from people from all over. A good example is Jordan Metcalf from Cape Town, South Africa and his amazing typographic works. Graphic designer and artist based in Cape Town, South Africa. I work both independently as a freelancer as well as collaboratively with 3 other designer/illustrators under the name Only Today. For more information visit Some works BOSTON MAGAZINE 5280 - The Denver Magazine Cover I Hate That I Love You so Much October Show | Exhibition Murals Nike - 2010

Inspiring Work of Craig Hunter Parker

Craig Hunter Parker is a Motion Graphic Designer, Photographer and Cinematographer from Cape Town, South Africa. I really like the atmosphere and style of his work especially the pieces for MNET and the sort of surreal artworks of Obstaculum. For more information about Craig visit his Behance profile at MNET 'Magic Studios' A casual stroll through a set-piece soon becomes an exhilarating experience as famous characters from classic movies & series populate the magical studios of Mnet, South Africa's premiere TV channel. Directed by: Craig Parker and Matthew Stephen Mnet "Magic Studios" from panic embryo on Vimeo. Mnet "Magic Studios" VFX Breakdowns from panic embryo on Vimeo. Obstaculum MNET 'Urban Bubbles' Mnet "Urban Bubbles" from panic embryo on Vimeo. Mnet "Urban Bubbles" VFX Breakdowns from panic embryo on Vimeo. Burchell Cider Burchell Premium Cider from Matthew Stephen on Vimeo. "Burchell" Premium Cider from panic embryo on Vimeo. Horizon in Mind Promax BDA Africa 2007 Provolution 'Head Rush' title sequence Head Rush from panic embryo on Vimeo.

One week in South Africa

Yeah, I got this opportunity and here I am in South Africa, precisely in Cape Town where I will stay for more 4 days. After that I will go to Johannesburg and back to Brazil. Cape Town is really beautiful, I have already visited some of the most famous turistic spots like Cape Point, Table Mountain, Waterfront and a lot of other places in downtown. Tomorrow I will go for a safari, but I will still keep wearing my Firefox t-shirt. However I have to say, Cape Point (Cape of Good Hope) and The Table Mountain have already payed my trip to South Africa, amazing views.The Cape of Good Hope (Afrikaans: Kaap die Goeie Hoop, Dutch: Kaap de Goede Hoop, Portuguese: Cabo da Boa Esperança) is a rocky headland on the Atlantic coast of South Africa. .... it is at the Cape of Good Hope that the persistent southerly extension of the African coast relents for the first time anywhere south of the equator and so the rounding of the Cape of Good Hope in 1498 was a major psychological and geographic milestone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish a sea route to the Far East. The Cape of Good Hope is the legendary home of The Flying Dutchman. Crewed by tormented and damned ghostly sailors, it is doomed forever to beat its way through the adjacent waters without ever succeeding in rounding the headland. I will try to update the blog daily as I found an open wifi here. Otherwise I won´t pay because I cannot afford to pay the hotel´s 10 dollars for 20 minutes of access.Baie dankie (Thank you very much in Afrikaans) Cape of Good Hope Table Mountain My parents and our Jumbo jet