Self-made tycoon and current co-director of the FNB Joburg Art Fair, Mandla Sibeko believes in introducing creative thinking to business. He champions new strategies to address current economic and social problems to yield better results, and is an advocate for encouraging a culture of start ups.
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We’ve teamed up with Sharpie for a fun Instagram illustration challenge kicking off at this year’s Loerie Awards.
Pioneering agencies and brands are already providing examples of what’s possible using the next transformative technology for the advertising industry.
We scouted photographers who create seriously impressive works of art with their Smart phones for a post packed with visual inspiration and images you won’t believe were shot on #mobileonly.
Exclusively shooting on the new LG G4, Ofentse Mwase, Lisa Ting Chong and Alexi Portokallis will be taking over LG South Africa’s Instagram account.
Executive Creative Director at Joe Public, Xolisa Dyeshana shares his thoughts on pushing limits, making campaigns that inspire social change, and diversity in the ad industry.
With a background in fine art, Gabrielle Kannemeyer’s styling can be likened to the creation of a beautiful multi-faceted painting. We take a look at some of her recent work.
For this year’s Street Food Festival we’ve teamed up with a few local creatives to make a range of limited edition street food inspired gear. See and shop it at the Street Food Festival market in Cape Town on 26 July 2015.
In this video conversation we chat to three photographers who attended Vega and now work full-time in the industry. They share with us their knowledge about breaking into the industry, finding and refining their style, and juggling commercial work with work they’re passionate about.
Say hello to 27Boxes, South Africa’s first ever retail centre made entirely from shipping containers and designed with small, independent creative entrepreneurs in mind.
Young South African musicians are pushing a new sound with a strong sense of place, and a disregard for genre. We asked about the current state of the industry they’re breaking into and where they see themselves fit in.
Most artists don’t choose to be an artist, they are artists. However, talent alone is not enough to succeed in the highly competitive and fickle art world. We take an in-depth look at what being a professional artist entails.
As inspiration to enter this year’s PPC Imaginarium competition, we’ve compiled a list of 10 beautiful examples of using concrete creatively.
The Open Window Institute offers a wide range of short courses and one-year programmes that will upgrade your creative toolkit.
Next up in our series of interviews, articles and video conversations with 7 forward thinkers in art and culture, we chat to musician and wordsmith Nakhane Touré about crafting a career.