Talking sci-fi stereotypes, lush prose, magic and teenage-hood with the artist orbiting Saturn.
The 2016 FNB Art Prize winning artist who works in drawing, painting, installation, space, time and memory.
Blackwork tattoo punk Anna-Claire Whysall is obsessed with gothic symbols, exotic patterns and kickass women.
The Hero Expo invited local artists to use their favourite comic hero as inspiration to transform a pair of sneaker skates.
Fine artist and illustrator Hanno van Zyl examines the details of life forgotten by popular discourse and overlooked by common cultural narratives.
Starring the likes of Drake and Casper Nyovest, Bradley Naicker has a rad collection of anime inspired and zombie style illustrations.
Mulalo Teddy is a self-taught illustrator who’s using his skills to pay homage to the new hip hop stars emerging on the scene.
Inspired by Saturday morning cartoons, jazz music and all things 90s, Bonga Ntuli is honing his signature style of illustration.
Terence Maluleke wants his illustrations to celebrate the differences and beautiful imperfections that make each person unique.
Taking inspiration from childhood cartoons, everyday Jo’burg personalities, and individuals he meets online, Leigh’s illustrations make use of soft pastels and detailed line work.
Mix equal parts creepy and cool and you’ve got Shaun Hill’s new comic for 10and5, telling a twisted tale of pinky fingers and weird concoctions.
Making use of line work, charcoal drawings, photography and collage, Dani Eugenie O’Neill’s work navigates fractured black identity in the digital world.
In all shapes, sizes, styles and colours, we take a look at a collection of imaginative characters dreamed up by local illustrators.
Ben Johnston keeps his hand-drawn and typographic illustrations fresh by constantly exploring new styles, projects and collaborations.
“My four-year-old could have done that”. Not. Rudi de Wet tells us more about his mesmerising illustration style that pops and jiggles.