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Lungelo website


A new site has been launched this month for rising Cape Town RnB & Hip-hop superstar Lungelo. The site makes use of the open source wordpress software and every element of it from video, music, pictures, stories, podcasts and events are easily updated from the client side. Also included was the ability to manage a mailing list and communicate with it using newsletter.

Freelink Redesign

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This photographic services company has recently undergone an identity change that required a new look and feel for their flash website.

T*M*A*S website

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Corne and Twakkies New Most Amazing interwebsite is at T*M*A*S and has recently had a new content added and a timer counting down to the next series which starts in December 2006. Theres some new comics, new mobile wallpapers & screensavers. We couldn’t believe it…

Zouq website

New Jazzy roots website offerings with Zouq

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Unfortunately this awesome band is no longer together but the site is still up for ppl to enjoy.

Freelink website

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A new flash site has been completed for Cape Town based photographic services company Freelink.
The site features a portfolio of their photography as well as many locations galleries so have a look to get a great overview of Cape Towns many textures.

Earth Water Fire Air website


We have recently finished work on this website for the Earth Water Fire Air festival which was held last month at the Castle…

It was a great festival with two epic night time parties with some of Cape Towns best DJ’s and musicians playing to the huge laser light demonstrations of Japanese maestro Hiro Yamagata. The Big Drum was also an evening to remember with Hiro’s amazing displays and about 300 people drumming in Cape Towns Castle courtyard… check out some crazy photos of the event.

iaminawe also designed the identity and branding of the festival.

The festival had an interesting array of exhibitors, some delicious food stalls and some enlightening lectures and movies.

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