South Africa's preeminent design, architecture and interiors magazine, VISI, is celebrating 100 issues. First launched as an annual in 1998, the February/March 2019 edition marks a tremendous milestone for this highly regarded publication that has consistently recognised and supported local creativity and been awarded for its thought-leading, boundary-pushing approach.
Fans of VISI have long been collecting the magazine, but at 344 pages, the bumper 100th issue promises to be a collector’s edition of note. To celebrate, VISI has created a series of 100 limited-edition Collector’s Boxes.
Curated by the team, these bespoke box sets will contain, amongst other things, a special edition of the 100th issue signed by VISI Editor-in-Chief Sumien Brink and covered in Ardmore fabric from Mavromac; a series of limited-edition prints from some of VISI’s favourite photographers; a keepsake compilation of 100 of the most memorable voices who have contributed essays to VISI; a handmade notebook; a selection of South African fragrances from Wild Olive; a bottle of Krone MCC; a laptop stand from Raw Studios; art prints by Swain Hoogervorst for Still Bathrooms; J’Something’s Something’s Cooking cookbook; VISI’s Little Black Book of Design to guide you through the best of SA design for the year to come; a mix of handpicked gifts that showcase local design and craftsmanship from the likes of Skinny laMinx, T&Co. Fabrics, Robin Sprong and Evolution Product.
VISI’s Editor-in-Chief Sumien Brink said of the limited-edition box “The VISI 100 Collector’s Box will be a delight and will give you pleasure for a long, long time.”
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