Buhle Ngaba’s ‘The Girl Without A Sound’ is a comely tale of a young girl who, with the help of a red winged women, begins to find her unique voice.
Unexpected social encounters, designing future present virtual worlds and music-making gloves, these are the highlights from Design Indaba day 3.
During day 2 of the Indaba we learnt about the importance of play, saw some eye-popping work, and reflected on living in the age of accountability.
Highlights from day 1 of Design Indaba 2016: Redefining the role of architecture, the forefront of image-making and the importance of humour.
Hannah Shone’s design work caught our eye with its playful but considered aesthetic that embraces a range of styles and favours muted colour palettes.
These are the top 40 emerging creatives to keep on your radar this year. They’ll be showcasing their skills at the Design Indaba Festival from 16 – 21 February 2016 at the Watershed in the V&A Waterfront.
Calling all illustrators and designers: Gangstar Gear is looking for creatives to help inmates at Drakenstein prison break free of gangsterism.
With Cassper Nyovest’s monumental #FillUpTheDome concert in the bag, we chatted to Formative’s founding duo about an average day at work.
10 designs have been nominated for this year’s Design Indaba MBOISA competition. It’s up to you to decide which nomination is deemed the Most Beautiful Object in South Africa for 2016.
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
On Russell’s list of wants there’s rad street wear, finely crafted designer goods and graphic art.
With the launch of South Africa’s first Instagram auction house last week, art bidding is making its way from auction halls and onto social media.
Add your designs to the BBM Messenger lexicon. Enter your custom designed, proudly South African emojis, or Stickas, into The BBM Stickathon competition to stand a chance to win amazing prizes.
Say hello to Work Shop New Town, Jozi’s newest 7 day market championing local fashion and design.
For the past two years, Zahira Asmal has spearheaded an in-depth exploration of movement in three South African cities.