The Linden Market

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This past weekend we took part in the second Linden Market and it’s safe to say that it was an overwhelming success. Perhaps too successful. The organiser, my talented sister Gerbri (Bibi) Schwartz, had no idea that people would be driving from all over Gauteng to attend the little market!

But, she has big plans for this small neighbourhood market and the next one will be at a much bigger venue.

“This market is all about showcasing local talent. Quite a few of our exhibitors are from the Linden community, it’s all about giving entrepreneurs a platform to showcase their goods. It’s also about uplifting our community. The market creates many jobs for locals and the spill over effect was tremendous. All the local restaurants were buzzing on Saturday. We also donated all the proceeds from the parking fees to Ry Ma In the Independent Living Centre for quadriplegics and paraplegics, based in Linden.

We had many success stories as quite a few of our vendors sold out completely before the end of the day. No one could’ve anticipated the incredible turnout! We’re already planning the next one in May and we’re taking all the feedback from visitors onboard. The venue will be much bigger and we will make sure there’s an exciting range of food and beverages.”

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Back in 5 minutes: An exhibition of Typography


Clint Campbell ‘Ampersand’


Clement de Bruin ‘Quit Slackin’


Dani Loureiro ‘Waiting’

Ben-Johnston_Everything-was-beautiful-&-nothing-hurt_webBen Johnston ‘Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt’

justin-southey_ice-ice-babyJustin Southey ‘Ice Ice Baby’

During February & March Salon91 celebrates design and typography with ‘Back in 5 minutes’ an exhibition featuring an award winning set of local designers, typographers and illustrators, including Ben Johnston, Clinton Campbell of Studio Muti, Clement de Bruin, Justin Southey, & Dani Loureiro.

Each artist has approached the discipline of typography in a fresh & unique style, playing with scale, materials, surface quality, form, colour, dimensionality & of course, words.

The show will open on the 27th of February 2013 at Salon91 in Cape Town.

The Exhibition will conclude on the 23rd of March at 2pm & is not to be missed!

Hey there Dapper Dawie

It’s almost Valentine’s day so here are some dapper, locally made accessories and attire for the handsome man in the boot of your car.Bow Peep bowtie

Bow Peep bow ties – from City MobNic Socks

Nic Socks (locally made from 100% bamboo) from Citymob

Chapel Work Carrier

Chapel Navy blue & brown Wildebeest Work Carrier
Studio MutiHand-painted bike by Studio Muti


Locally made David Red classic veldskoen R750 by


Matblac ipad sleeve R520