Jameson Whiskey Takes You 100X Closer

17th August 2016 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

Upon closer inspection, flaws become evident. The corners curl, and cracks appear. However, in rare instances when attention to detail withstands the closet possible scrutiny, true beauty reveals itself in unexpected ways.

Still Life with Whiskey

6th July 2016 | by Dylan Culhane | No Comments

Anke Loots photographs Jameson whiskey in her unique and darkly evocative style. We catch up with her to discuss this project and her work in general.

BIANCA BRAND

18th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

Our latest INDIE Channel ‘Call For Submissions’ poster was designed by Bianca Brand, a young Pretoria-based artist we feel certain is destined for great things. We chatted to her about her adventures with illustration.

Drawn: Chris Auret

18th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | 1 Comment

Wedged somewhere between street art and post-impressionism, Chris Auret’s distinctive style is equally appropriate in galleries and alleyways. Stacey Howell films him bringing an artwork to life.

DRAWN: R1

18th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

A rare glimpse into the process behind R1’s wry graphic interventions. With a drill, some skateboard wheels and his trademark yield sign, watch R1 turn a municipal commandment into a public toy…

Drawn: Koos Groenewald

17th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

“They’re simple drawings, but what I like about them is that they’re kind of in this world between cute and crude.”

Drawn: Ricky Aylward

17th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | 1 Comment

“I think I only realised as an adult really what it meant to be a child.”

Drawn: Fort Rixon

17th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

“History, to me, is the most important thing, because it gives context to our modern existence.”

Drawn: Christiaan Conradie

14th August 2015 | by Jameson INDIE Channel | No Comments

“It’s almost like you’re giving someone CPR… the moment they wake up is the moment I stop painting.”

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