Maxine Naidoo – an illustration and graphic design graduate – chats to us about individuality and celebrating women.
Having recently completed a learnership at Umuzi Photo Club, art director Kgodisho Mowa creates vibrant work that expresses everyday life experience.
From dealing with a break up to a disappointing president, Joburg creatives share their heartbreak and and turn it into great works of art.
Creative studio Studio Muti, illustrator Lize-Marie Dreyer and production company Bewilder TV breath new life into elementary school students’ drawings.
From Frida Kahlo to actor Jack Nicholson, the famous people that Juanita Mazola illustrates in her zine have one thing in common.
Joburg-based artist Melissa Fontini left the world of advertising to become an artist. She talks to us about her new series and mural project.
Inspired by the detail in manga artist Katsuhiro Otomo’s line work, illustrator Liam Richards creates sketches of surreal urban scenes.
Cape Town-born, New York-based illustrator Ellena Lourens produces an eerie array of work featuring sombre characters and slithering serpents.
Seth Pimentel is one of Joburg’s most promising illustrators. He chats to us about death, Basquiat and creating art to help manage mental illness.
Nine creatives explore the theme of positive thinking and affirmation through custom illustrations.
Emerging creative Phathu Nembilwi shares her latest works, inspired by everyday life and the strength of women.
Illustrator Simeone Ferreira has created a bold striking new series, featuring illustrations, socks and stickers, called ‘I Feel Slick’.
Creating work for festivals and musicians such as ClockworkDJ and Xander Ferreira, Jade Ayla adopts a vector style for her stripped-back designs.
Yizo-Yizo, ‘Sgudi ‘Snaysi and more. Check out how new age creatives show homage to legendary TV shows on SABC 1.
Cartoonist Fiona Kwizera makes witty, moving observations about PMS, body image and more through hand-drawn comic strips.