Lazi Mathebula, Pola Maneli, Rendani Nemakhavani, Andiswa Mkosi, Thandiwe Tshabalala and Dillion Phiri share their thoughts on being young and creative in South Africa today, and the importance of telling – and owning – your own story.
Photographers Ross Garrett and Warren van Rensburg take the Ford Ranger on a Photographic Adventure. These are the results!
A first online look at the collection of photographs we curated for ‘Unordinary’, a group photography show celebrating the odd.
Presenting: Unordinary, a group photography exhibition showcasing established and emerging photographers with unique perspectives whose work presents the world in an unconventional way. Opening at the Good Night Market in Cape Town on 29 April 2015.
Duncan Bell and Reynard Nel of Hellocomputer created busy low-poly illustrations of South African cities for Lunchbar’s 50th anniversary campaign.
For the love of print, we’ve hunted down a selection of interesting indie publications and are making mixed packs which you can buy right here and right now!
On Wednesday 11 March we’re hosting another Show & Tell in Cape Town. This edition focusses on the art of image-making and a few local photographers will share the creative process behind their work.
We’re hosting a Show & Tell in Cape Town and for this one we’re looking online to explore digital trends, branded content, marketing and e-commerce.
We turn the spotlight on the words that accompany the pictures and re-read the insightful, funny, honest, informative and inspiring interviews that we loved from 2014.
We’re almost there! The glorious summer holidays await. But while we’ve still got you captive at your screens, here’s the first of our 2014 highlights. For the first time we thought we’d kick things off analytically with a list of the posts that received the most page views this year.
Next Thursday, 11 December, Cape Town can look forward to another 10and5 Show & Tell. For this installment we’re keeping to a video and film theme.
We’ve partnered with Umuzi Photo Club’s #P50 students to bring you a series of interviews in the lead up to the Levi’s Pioneer Nation festival. Here, Keneilwe Motshoeneng interviews Uno de Waal.
Thanks to everyone who came through to our “You Draw Like A Girl!” illustration show and print sale yesterday evening at Beijing Opera. Here’s a first online look at the artworks.
We’re doing it again! The second in our series of affordable art sales takes place in exactly one week’s time – Thursday, 4 September 2014 – in Cape Town.
In recognition of the role digital technology is destined to play in “Africa’s Century”, Wits University is hosting its inaugural Fak’ugesi: Digital Africa Festival from 11 August to 27 September this year. Showcasing all things digital and promoting an important fusion between technology, art and critical thinking, the festival […]