“When a vegetarian is handed the task to creative direct and curate the meat issue of Migrate, what is the result? Bloody brilliance!” So says Roanna Williams, Creative Director of Migrate, the Loeries magazine.
Brilliance is the word. Filled with unsettling stories and extraordinary images inspired by the theme of Meat, Migrate offers readers an alluring journey into the furthest recesses of the human psyche. Explaining the choice of theme, editor-in-chief Andrew Human points out: “Our relationship with meat is inextricably linked to our culture, our history, religion and our language.”
If this issue is the meatiest Migrate yet, it’s all thanks to the rare and well done work of creatives from Russia, the Ukraine, Germany, UK, USA, Spain and South Africa. Some of the most challenging images are from Chadwick and Spector’s remarkable Museum Anatomy collection, where famous paintings are turned into body art that combines antiquity, history and technology in a contemporary context.
Not only is the new Migrate beautiful to look at, it’s seductive to touch too. Printed by Ultra Litho using Antalis Hi-Q Titan Plus for the first time, it is a feast for the senses.
As Anonyporpoise says: “Here is the important thing about the way things work in the world. Everything gets eaten.”
Get your issue of Migrate from CNA and Exclusive Books, on sale at R35.
Loeries® Creative Week™ Cape Town
The entry deadline for this year’s Loeries is 31 May. All info can be found on loeries.com.
Judging takes place during Loeries® Creative Week™ Cape Town from 16 to 22 September 2013. All winners will be announced on 21 and 22 September at The 35th Annual Loerie Awards at the CTICC.
Loeries Creative Week has become an annual creative hub where over 4000 members of the brand communication industry not only meet and network, but are inspired and educated by the power of creative communication.
International Seminar of Creativity
Be sure not to miss the International Seminar of Creativity at Cape Town City Hall on Friday 20 September. Speakers include international jury chairmen and other industry leaders:
- Geoffrey Hantson – Belgium
Executive Creative Director, Duval Guillaume Modem
- Goetz Ulmer – Hamburg
Executive Creative Director, Jung von Matt/Alster Werbeagentur GmbH
- Jason Little – Sydney
Creative Director, Re
- Debbi Vandeven – Kansas City
Chief Creative Officer, VML
- Michael Yapp – California
Director, The Zoo, Google
- Marijn van Tiggelen – Durban
Chairman, Unilever South Africa
- Graham Warsop – Cape Town
Founder and Chairman, The Jupiter Drawing Room, South Africa
Other events happening during Loeries Creative Week include the Egg Films Judges Wrap, Loeries Trade Expo, Pendoring Awards, Student Portfolio Day and Media Brunch. Loeries® Creative Week™ Cape Town culminates in two awards evenings on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September, followed by the Official Party.
Tickets and accommodation are open for booking please go to loeries.com for ticket prices and more. Ticketholders will have access to Loeries official functions – awards ceremonies and The Official Party on Sunday.
The major partners of the 2013 Loeries are The City of Cape Town, Western Cape Government and Gearhouse South Africa
Adams & Adams Attorneys, ADreach, Antalis South Africa, Commercial Producers Association, Greensky, Mail & Guardian, The Times, Unilever South Africa
Additional Partners and Official Suppliers
AAA School of Advertising, Aon South Africa, Aqua Online, Backsberg, Barron, BEE Online, Cape Town Partnership, Cape Town Tourism, Cinemark, Funk Productions, Gallo Images, Google, Graphica, GreaterCapital, Grid Worldwide, Hetzner, Media Film Service, Newsclip, Paygate, Rocketseed, Skyrove, Sonovision, TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris Johannesburg, Tequila\Johannesburg, The Rebellion, Tsogo Sun, Ultra Litho, Wesgro, Woolworths
Important Loerie dates to diarise in 2013:
Loeries Exhibition Venues
Stellenbosch Academy of Design & Photography 28 – 31 May
Markex, Sandton 11 – 13 June
Cinema Nouveau, Rosebank 15 – 19 July
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, PE 5 – 14 August
Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria 26 – 30 August
Cinema Nouveau, V&A Waterfront 16 – 21 September
Oliewenhuis Museum, Bloemfontein 7 – 11 October
Migrate magazine – issue 17
Available at Exclusive Books & CNA stores
Entry Deadline: 31 May
Creative Week Cape Town 16 – 22 September 2013:
Judging Week at City Hall: 16 – 19 September
Loeries Seminar at City Hall: 20 September
The 35th Annual Loerie Awards at the CTICC: 21 & 22 September
Migrate magazine – issue 18
For more information go to www.loeries.com