The Zimbabwean digital artist, who is in the country for Fak’ugesi Festival, talks to us about his upcoming Joburg exhibition and latest body of work, ‘Rimi’.
Gif exhibition organisers, exhibit.gif, curate a collection of gifs by womxn artists that explore themes of objectification, vulnerability and more.
Illustrators from Africa – Sarah Zimmerman, Brooke Schafer, Akum Davina Maduka, Adesola Lasisi, Ellah Hlapolosa and Octavia Roodt – contemplate community, representation and womxnhood.
Rapper Cassper Nyovest’s Destiny video and Jahmil XT Qubeka’s latest isiXhosa sci-fi film are just some of videos that depict futurism. Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane takes a look at the film and digital art scene’s fascination with the future.
“Selfies as self-affirmation.” Ten creatives speak on seeing, capturing and sharing their beauty through self portraiture.
21-year-old Information Design student and illustrator Octavia Roodt finds inspiration in new cultures, the nude figure and Afrikaans poetry.
“When I draw a picture or I make a graphic composition it needs to tell a story. The story doesn’t have to be complex but at the same time the artwork cannot simply be a pretty picture with no meaning. “- Illustrator Bale Legoabe talks to us about her artwork.
Ahead of her first solo exhibition ‘Cupcake Collection’, we chat to Johannesburg-based illustrator Gemma Bortz about her creative career to date.
We chat to 20-year-old illustrator Caitlyn Lynch about the origins of her work, her inspirations, and the evolution of her style.
Durban-based fine artist, Brooke Schafer’s candy hued images provide a humorous and candid look at sexuality.
Cape Town-based illustrator Stacey Knipe paints friends and famous faces in fluid brush strokes. Take a look at her tonal and atmospheric images here.
We asked five of our favourite designers to illustrate the book cover to their imaginative autobiography. See what they came up with.
Feast your eyes on these wild and playful moving graphics curated by none other than Exhibit .gif
A guide to the day-to-day working life of a graphic designer according to: Karabo Moletsane, Tyla Mason, Sinomonde Ngwane, Xia Carstens and Hannah Shone.
Eight archival artworks spotlight the talent of Johnny Kotze – illustrator, designer and founder of creative studio The Motel.