100% Design South Africa comes to Johannesburg 6 – 10 August. We have tickets to giveaway!
Author: Salokya Nag
South African miniature artist Lorraine Loots launched her first ever international showcase titled #ANTSinNYC at the Three Kings Studio gallery space in Brooklyn, New York on 8th July, 2015.
Sydney based photographer and journalist, Elize Strydom documents the intimate and poetic lives of teenage girls in SA in ‘Small Town Girl’.
Joburg designer and illustrator Jessica Jardim-Wedepohl records her travels around the world in the style of tattoo flash.
Jason Larkin’s ‘Waiting’ is a photography book which features a collection of images of people seeking shelter from the fiery Johannesburg sun.
Neil Roberts Mayne’s playful and edgy photographs give us a glimpse of the energy behind-the-scenes at SA Menswear Week SS15/16.
With vivid colours and inspiring text, artist Wesley van Eeden painted contemporary South African culture in a mural in New York City titled ‘Mission Possible’.
Inspired by naps on winter afternoons, LAND’s new AW15 Work/Dreamwear collection was created less for seasonal demands and more for whims, fantasies and 3am ideas.
In a new series of ads Anton Visser puts an unexpected twist on a familiar missive by depicting imaginative teens facing difficult real-life decisions.
Kirsten Sims’ new solo show at Salon 91 is based on ‘real’ (read: mostly imagined) moments that provoke the feeling of being somewhere yet nowhere at the same time.
Directed by Brett de Vos, the music video for Richard Brokensha’s ‘Here I Go Again’ is captivating with its dramatic storyline and stunning visuals.
In a radio campaign turned visual, three hilarious ads for Tidy & Co. demonstrate the subtle art of giving gifts to women by showing us what not to do.
Chicken Licken’s new ad ‘The Great Dlamini’ causes us imagine what might be possible if we harnessed the power of a craving.
Watch 5 South African creatives share their aspirations in a series of videos shot by We-Are-Awesome for Ray-Ban’s #Campaign4Change.
Self-taught photographer and director Neil Roberts Mayne chats to us about his vibrant, playful and edgy fashion photographs.