Future beats producer mono_sono represents the kaleidoscopic vagueness of contemporary art and music; and more aptly, the globalised world.
Drawing inspiration from nature and travel, Alexa Singer’s evocative photography takes you on a gorgeously dreamy visual journey.
Look out for a lumbering but delicate beast that’s going to be interrupting and disrupting Grahamstown’s public spaces and conventional narratives to telling real and raw local stories.
In her signature gloriously awkward style, Tell Me About It’s Rachael Neary has interviewed a fine selection of the theatre-makers involved in NAF.
From high streets to Insta-feeds across the globe, customising is having a major moment in fashion. We’re loving this creative DIY trend.
What’s happening in the world of advertising globally? 5 South African ad heavy-weights report back from judging at the Cannes Lions 2016.
Matt Kay has a knack for capturing the distinct mood and nature of a place. In this photo essay excerpt, he captures some of the unusual and mundane goings on of the Durban beachfront.
This month it’s okay to admit that you like profoundly uncool stuff. And if you tell people that you are lost, they will help you.
The iThemba Tower project is a 20 meter-high permanent art installation made with over 6,000 recycled plastic bottles each filled with a message of hope. Share your message for South Africa with this project.
From the big names to those still exploring their style, get to know a few of the local artists pioneering an inclusive space for women in graffiti.
Cedric Nzaka is an exciting young photographer documenting the local fashion scene and the personalities who’re shaping it.
We’ve asked a few actors, directors and musicians who will be performing at this year’s National Arts Festival which shows they’ll be watching and where they’ll be hanging out.
Is there any truth to the mythical tales we were told as kids? This haunting photo series brings us face to face with the bathroom tokoloshe.
In Cape Town this week there’s a Night Owls speed skills meet, plenty of gallery openings and a chance to relive the AfrikaBurn magic.
This week in Joburg there are are all sorts of creative events to keep you busy, from exhibition openings and walkabouts to talks and all-local shopping experiences.