We zone in on three women in a fine art photographic series that explores the female body politic.
Author: Nikki Zakkas
Step inside Sheila-Madge Bakker’s house of style where downright delicious colours and even better textiles await.
In a 3-part illustrated series, Motlatsi Khosi portrays Johannesburg as a site of opportunity while highlighting the human cost of this “concrete paradise”.
We gain insight into the narrative behind the young artist’s striking documentary work as she takes us through a few of her favourite photographs.
We speak with the collective behind Ordinary Superheroes, a social initiative that aims to rethink the perception of heroism through graphic novels.
We collaborate with young fashion designer Daisie Jo to snap a street style inspired fashion story featuring model Anita Jansen.
We chat to electronic composer Nicolaas Van Reenen of Fever Trails about his background, his influences and his dark and glittering new EP.
Set in a pristine pink bathroom, the artist’s latest project puts eczema and body hair on proud display.
“Oh and I also learnt that f**kboys are everywhere.”
Candid portraits and responses from those we bumped into on the streets of Braamfontein.
Only 16 years old, the Cape Town-based professional photographer has a knack for capturing youthful nostalgia through film.
She’s using photography to kick back against the patriarchy’s traditional feminine fantasy.
Speaking to 10 Jozi-based creatives who reveal an innate creativity through their everyday dress and demeanor.
Her emotive, monochrome works are inspired by a deep and poignant longing for something unattainable.
Marianne Fassler’s new collection offers up major floral inspiration.
Talking sci-fi stereotypes, lush prose, magic and teenage-hood with the artist orbiting Saturn.