Christi du Toit // Graphic Art

Blog of Christi du Toit. Illustrator. Graphic Designer. Extreme Music Enthusiast. Cat Person. Cape Town, South Africa.
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Boom! A a few bits and pieces of my college animation assignment. It’s coming along. Loads needs to be done though, but I thought I’d share some of the working shots. 

Having some trouble with some of the movements and stuff, but I’m getting a bit better with each new scene.
I’m really not an animator, but I’m having a pretty fun time, and I’ve learned a lot over the past few days, just wish we had more time to work on this.

Did up a series of tattoo-style, graphic t-shirt designs with spoofs of South African culture. You can see the full project, on Behance, here:

A tribute to graffiti writer, good friend, and flatmate, Ekons (40hk). Rest in peace. 

A tribute to graffiti writer, good friend, and flatmate, Ekons (40hk). Rest in peace. 

I just want to say thanks to everyone who has recently followed me on Tumblr! The numbers have grown substantially in the last while, and it’s incredibly motivating! You guys are seriously awesome. :)

My Tumblr isn’t updated nearly as recently as my Facebook Page, or my Twitter for that matter, so if you guys want to be up-to-date with what I’m busy with make sure to check them out:



Thanks again for all the amazing support!

Got a few things in the pipeline, so make sure you keep an eye out. :D


I was commissioned to create a sugar skull illustration to be used for a once off print as a birthday present. I decided to add a bit of an Indian feel.

You can see the process on my Behance:

I was honoured to be asked to be a part of a charitable exhibition at Salon91 (A gallery in Cape Town, South Africa). I did two original piecesfor the show. 

"Together In The Clutter"
Medium: Fineliner on Arches Platine paper.

"Come Home True Love"
Medium: Fineliner on Fabriano Tiepolo paper.

Paper Thin // Christi du Toit

I was asked to illustrate a digital album cover for AgNO3's upcoming album. 
This was a super fun project, because I got to try out a bit of a different approach, and try something new. 

The full project, with some progress shots, can be seen here:

Ghost Noise // Christi du Toit

Full project: