Tiger’s Milk restaurant in Cape Town gets new stripes


Locally made brews pair with locally made wall-coverings at Tiger’s Milk, a restaurant at the VA Waterfront in Capetown, South Africa, where virtually every surface – including floors and ceilings – is covered in vivid, digitally printed ink. Fittingly, Cara Saven Wall Design touts its capability to elevate the art of wall-coverings, both in terms of conceptual design and the substrates themselves. Working together with the client’s marketing team and interior design firm KT Interiors, CSWD applied illustrations throughout the location’s entrance. The material used in covering the walls is VividTex, a dye-sub wallpaper with graphics printed on a Yotta YD-T1804SG direct-to-textile printer with EPSON printheads.