PUBLICATION PROJECTS

 

Artworks publishes a number of books and journals which are distributed and sold from our offices at 30 Steel Road, Durban, and also on this website.

 

Sex News
Sex News presents information and research about sex, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases in a popular magazine
format. Organisations may purchase copies of Sex News - which can include their corporate messages - for distribution to their staff and/or members.


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Study Abroad in South Africa
Study Abroad in South Africa; The Guide to South African Universities and Technikons is published by Artworks in association with the International Education Association of SA, the SA Universities Vice-Chancellors Association and the Committee of Technikon Principals. The purpose of the book is to provide prospective students from all over the world with information about study and research opportunities at South African tertiary institutions.
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Mamba
Marginal kulture with a lethal byte The Mamba Project is an independent publishing group based at and sponsored by Artworks. One edition of Mamba has been published so far. Its aim is to provide a platform for artists, poets, writers, photographers, graphic designers and generally talented misfits and mavericks to express themselves freely, unfettered by the normal requirements of taste, decency, fashion or commercialism.
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Splashy Fen - Ten Years of Music
This colourful and exciting book covers ten years of Splashy Fen, KwaZulu-Natal's premier music festival. It contains hundreds of photographs of fenners, muso's, groupies, crafters, kids, clowns, jive bunnies and local wildlife, who come together once a year for the mind, body and soul experience that is Splashy Fen. It traces the history of the event, and its evolution from humble beginnings to what it is today. It is published in association with Mile High Festival.

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iThunga Art Project
"IMAGES OF EVERYDAY LIFE" is the theme of a stunning large format calendar published by Artworks' iThunga Art Project. The calendar features six paintings by some of KwaZulu-Natal's most accomplished African artists. The iThunga Art Project aims to bring the work of these artists to the notice of a wider public, thus assisting them to acheive the exposure and recognition they deserve.
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Cartoon Gallery
We have thousands of drawings and cartoons illustrating a wide range of issues relevant to South Africa. All of the illustrations are drawn by Artworks staff or have been commissioned by Artworks over the past ten years. They are authentic, South African and unique, bearing the trademark Artworks humour and understanding of cultural sensitivities. Categories include sex & gender, democracy & human rights, history & tradition, animals & nature, science & technology, characters, the workplace, education etc.
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Since 1989

Product of the new South Africa