Great photomontages of the bright and colourful houses in Cape Town’s Bo-Kaap, taken by Dylan Van Loggerenberg.

These colourful photomontages were created by Capetonian illustrator and animator Dylan van Loggerenberg.

“This is a montage of doors I took from around my neighborhood. I am fortunate enough to live in Bo-Kaap, a historic and colorful suburb of Cape Town. It was originally a slave quarter for Indian, Malay and other Asian slaves. Today the majority of the residence in Bo-Kaap are Muslims of Cape Malay decent. The houses are all painted bright colors but it’s hard to find any solid proof of why this is.”

The images tie in nicely with Dylan’s bright style of illustration – view his works on Flickr and Behance.

Photographs shared under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives licence.

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The Doors Of Bo-Kaap By Dylan Van Loggerenberg

  1. Brilliant idea, forms a great sense of repitition, yet so colourful. Right on our doorstep & should be utilized more by all artists. Well done. Lyn

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