Tyla Mason’s graduate work explored the commonalities of dreams and what they signify. Read our interview with the illustrator and see some of her work here.
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When it comes to lighting photographs, Siphesihle Musane relies on the forces of nature. We chat to the photographer about what it takes to make a truly memorable landscape.
Bars dedicated to dinosaurs, exhibitions about sex and death, inspirational TVCs by adidas and so much more in this week’s list of all things creative and cool.
Art direction graduate Peter Assenga has a knack for humour and a strong belief in advertising yourself before you can advertise anything else. Read our interview with him here.
Kelsie Blake is a graphic designer interested in exploring the portrayal of women in the media. Read through our interview with her and browse her expansive portfolio.
Deji Dada says New Orleans is a warm, swamped suburbia endorsed by the scents and sounds of daiquiris and jazz. View his full photo series here.
In 2017 Adidas Originals goes back to its roots to revitalise a decidedly minimalist mentality. Follow their journey back to the past in this new TVC.
Siya Ndaba is an 18-year-old fashion designer determined to make his mark in the industry. View his latest collection here.
Making use of vibrant colour and bold, geometric design, Ndumiso Nyoni seeks to illustrate a contemporary African identity.
“Clits are normal. Clits are important. Clits are lit”
A look at the local label pushing sexual empowerment through dress.
On tying yourself to a fence with your jacket in order to get the perfect shot and other everyday experiences that come with being an assistant director.
We teamed up with PICHULIK, Ma’art Jewellery, and SMITH on this striking summer lookbook to celebrate jewellery as a form of identity and symbolic adornment.
In this countdown Q&A, Samukelisiwe Dube speaks to us about her beading patterns, inspiration and lessons she’s learnt along the way.
Ink, watercolour and gouache bring Tara Deacon’s daily observations to life. Pore over them here.
Warren Editions was the the only print making studio from Africa to participate in the A/EB Fair in NY. We speak to Zhané Warren to find out more about the local printmaking scene.