Film photographer Katja Marr recently photographed the lookbook for über cool Cape Town vintage store Vintage and the City. The resulting images are a mixture of 90s high school fashion and street wear grunge.
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Capetonian graphic designer Diana Moss who blogs as Miss Moss seamlessly fuses art and fashion to create small visual feasts. These are some of our favourites from her archives.
A tech startup and social enterprise, Lumkani aims to reduce the loss of life and property caused by fires in informal settlements in South Africa and around the world.
Without life to fill them, the schools in Fine Art Photographer Kirsten Mackrill’s photographic series ‘School Portraits’ become eerily empty institutions.
After watching Stefan Sagmeister’s talk, The Power of Time Off, at the 2014 Design Indaba, creative couple Stevo Dirnberger and Chanel Cartell decided to quit their jobs, sell their bulkier belongings and pack up their lives for a year of adventure.
Ireland/Davenport captured variations of ‘the tequila face’ at 200 frames per second in this video for the upcoming Dirty Rotten Tequila Festival.
Rich autumnal hues and boxy silhouettes abound in OATH’s womenswear range for the stylish traveller.
‘Brutal Assault’ is filmmaker Josh Hayman’s reflection of his experience of brutal, beautiful, heavy and heady India.
Soweto-born photographer Musa N. Nxumalo shoots candid black and white images of fellow young South Africans as they party it up on the Jozi social scene. His photographs explore contemporary culture, notions of identity and the journey to self-discovery.
Louis Vorster aims to capture a sense of human isolation, loneliness and melancholy, reflected in beautiful images of the natural world.
Paul Wallington’s photography captures a strangely alluring aesthetic in the mundane and draws our attention to the eye-catching and the out of place.
Azrah Osman’s uniquely personal work tells the story of her struggle with a rare brain condition and reflects her process of learning and acceptance.
Nikki Zakkas’ striking photographs showcase Jozi’s street fashion and culture and capture the rawness and dynamism of city life.
When you can’t have one, an ordinary life is an extraordinary thing. “Borrowed Time” is an ad for Dutch NGO Orange Babies that depicts an HIV-positive mother trying to let her baby see and experience as much as possible before it is too late.
Surface: Emerging Painters reflects on the timeless allure of painting and the way it is being redefined by up-and-coming artists in the context of contemporary South African art.