Glenfiddich knows a thing or two about being at the top of their game. A series of interviews, articles and video conversations on Between 10and5 identifies 7 forward thinkers in art and culture to discuss their careers and breakthrough moments. First up we’re introducing filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba.
Apprentices from the Spier Arts Academy Mosaic Studio in residence at the Nando’s Rites and Duties exhibition at Constitution Hill, Braamfontein, paused between the beats to snap shots of their mosaic interpretation of ‘Small Township’, by one of South Africa’s foremost painters Ricky Ayanda Dyaloyi.
This video tour of the Nando’s ‘Rites and Duties’ exhibition at Constitution Hill asks the artists and curators to elaborate on the subject of freedom and to contextualise the show.
Lumia in hand, we tagged along to see how Alphabet Zoo’s Isaac Zavale and Minenkulu Ngoyi #MakeItHappen during day 1 of their silkscreen postcard/publication workshop at Assemblage Studios in Newtown.
Exploring Onitsuka Tiger’s new brand platform “A Product of Inner Confidence”, model Sanele Xaba and performance artists Dear Ribane discuss vulnerability and overcoming challenges in video messages to each other.
In line with Onitsuka Tiger’s 2015 brand messaging, all-round creative Tony Gum and fashion designer Floyd Avenue discuss inner confidence through video messages to each other.
With an academic background in art history and curation, Mari McFarlane is the perfect person to talk to about starting an art collection. She let us know how her own beautiful collection began, about waiting 8 years to own a Sam Nhlengethwa painting of goats, and left us with sound advice.
Daniel Malan is an art student majoring in printmaking at UCT’s Michaelis. His personal collection is a reminder of the wealth of talented young artists we have access to in South Africa.
We’re using Lumia devices to capture creatives making it happen for themselves. Last Friday we joined Unathi Mkonto as he set up an ‘open studio’ to showcase his drawings.
Ofentse Letebele’s Ndebele-inspired design is the winner of the BOS Design a Can competition. It will be exhibited at MOAD along with the other shortlisted entries.
We spent time with the co-founders of Cape Town’s The Thursdays, Gareth Pearson and Michael Tymbios, to show how they #makeithappen in photos shot on a Lumia.
Pledge to ‘Make It Happen’ and stand a chance to win one of 10 Lumia devices and loads of airtime as a reward.
As part of their ongoing celebration of South African art and design, Nando’s launches the Nando’s Hot Young Designer 2015 competition.
Design Indaba presents the South African premier of William Kentridge’s multi-media aesthetic and philosophical stage masterpiece ‘Refuse the Hour’ at the Cape Town City Hall in February 2015.
This year adidas Originals brings back one of its most iconic shoes, the Superstar, with a short film by Karim Huu Do and a global campaign questioning what it means to be a superstar in 2015. We spoke to the South African creative team, Wes Phelan and Matt Edwards, at ad agency Johannes Leonardo about making the campaign.