The National Arts Festival have just released the 2016 Standard Bank Young Artist Award winners. Find out about these young, South African creatives.
A MAZE. / Johannesburg 2015 will present a series of talks, workshops, parties and an exhibition over a four day period from September 9-12.
The Fak’ugesi festival promotes the fusion of creative and technical development in Africa by ‘switching on the power’ of digital culture. There are workshops, conferences, talks, screenings, games, hacks and many more opportunities for you to get involved and play with innovative technology.
Honeymoon Podcasts is a series dedicated to unearthing interesting stories that you won’t hear at a dinner party.
Just short of a year ago Phendu Kuta founded Unlabelled, an online South African youth culture magazine for which she now acts as creative director, editor and stylist.
Now on its third instalment, the Super Friendship Arcade is a recurring experimental videogames party that started in Cape Town in early 2014.
Peter Cardwell-Gardner, otherwise known as @TheFuntastic depending on how much time you spend online, is the creator of Cadence; a game he has developed together with Rodain Joubert that we really, really want to play.
From an Antonio Banderas blow-up doll to Randy’s record-breaking turd, fans were given a chance to ‘Own a piece of South Park’ in a campaign by OgilvyOne promoting the show’s 18th season.
South African ad agency Ireland/Davenport’s response to #TheDress for CareHaven and The Salvation Army received 30.6 million twitter impressions within 24 hours.
Fantastic cover art (x2), tote bags for steppin’/poppin’/groovin’ out, a sweet short film and a beautiful game about music and connections.
Every bit as whimsical as their name suggests, Wonderland Collective is a boutique creative studio based in Woodstock, Cape Town.
The 2015 African Blogger Awards are open for entry! The ABA is a programme to measure and reward online influencers based on reach, resonance, and relevance through data analysis.
Along with a beta version of their new website this week, Creative Nestlings has launched The NEST: a premium membership programme for young African creatives.
Web Bandit has recently created The Web Factory – an online service aimed at graphic designers, ad agencies and creatives which takes care of the coding that is vital in any website creation process.
The PSFA has teamed up with Hellocomputer to develop ‘Social Feed’ which allows you to feed a hungry school child each time you share content on social media.