Digital publishing company Between 10and5 publishes a daily website at 10and5.com (you’re reading it!) that serves as a curated online showcase of the best that the South African creative industry has to offer across a broad range of categories: graphic design, advertising, illustration, art, fashion, film, photography and music.
We publish daily stories; written and video interviews with artists, designers and creative entrepreneurs; and original content series – weekly, monthly and annual.
Browse some of our custom series: Graphic Design Month | Photography Month | Fresh Meat | Young South Africa | Creative Women | Out of Office | #NowPlaying | Oh Wow | Wishlist | Made In | Self Starters | My Day Job
We also produce and publish content campaigns together with brand partners.
Browse Bobbi Brown Pretty Powerful | Strauss Online Young Collectors | Ford Ranger | Glenfiddich The Art of Individuality | Onitsuka Tiger My Town My Tracks | Onitsuka Tiger Product of Inner Confidence | Nando’s Art Initiative | Nokia x the InAWE Residency | Lumia #MakeItHappen | adidas #OriginalSuperstar
Between 10and5 hosts regular real world events in the form of exhibitions, art sales, film screenings, and creative talks under the name Show & Tell.
Between 10and5 also produces commissioned content campaigns for syndication on other publishing platforms and commissions artists to do exciting work with brands.
Founder & Publisher: Uno de Waal | firstname.lastname@example.org | JHB
Editor in Chief: Stefanie Jason | email@example.com | JHB
Managing Editor: Dave Mann | firstname.lastname@example.org | JHB
Creative Director: Lee-Ann Orton | JHB
Writer: Nikki Zakkas | JHB
Writer: Gabriella Pinto | CT
Designer: Lauren Mitchell | JHB
Videographer: Marius Gerryts | JHB
Video editor: Nelani Majozi | JHB
Producer/Events Manager: Cas Tau | JHB
Johannesburg: The Media Mill, 7 Quince Street, Braamfontein Werf, Johannesburg, 2001
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We love to hear back from you and think it’s necessary to have a platform where readers can give feedback and make comment on the South African creative industry. However, we’d like 10and5 to be a place where great work is praised and criticism is made constructively and respectfully. We reserve the right to remove comments that we find to be destructive.