Nompilo Sibisi, a second-year architecture student, uses the power of the doodle to speak about mental-health and self-care.
Looking to the Moors, Maasai, Xhosa and more, graphic designer Luthando Mfabe is inspired to create visually bold and contemporary ‘Afrorealist’ characters.
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’.
Illustrators from Africa – Sarah Zimmerman, Brooke Schafer, Akum Davina Maduka, Adesola Lasisi, Ellah Hlapolosa and Octavia Roodt – contemplate community, representation and womxnhood.
Illustrator and graphic designer Eva Faerch, who is part of 10and5’s 2017 Creative Womxn series, launches a collection of illustrated portraits paying homage to iconic SA women.
After struggling to find Photoshop brushes that suited his style, digital artist Christi du Toit created his own. Check out the ‘Incy Wincy Spider’ inspired set of designer tools.
The Mother City has a gallery for every kind of artwork. We’ve summed up a few Cape Town Art galleries with the help of our fave illustrator, Jonny Smith.
21-year-old Information Design student and illustrator Octavia Roodt finds inspiration in new cultures, the nude figure and Afrikaans poetry.
From transgender bounty hunters to guitar playing heroes, here’s a list of comic books exploring new narratives.
“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.
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part two.
Ahead of her first solo exhibition ‘Cupcake Collection’, we chat to Johannesburg-based illustrator Gemma Bortz about her creative career to date.
We asked a few emerging and established local designers and architects to visually interpret and talk about their favourite urban structures.
From Thandiwe Tshabalala to Slaying Goliath and Katrine Claassens, illustrators submit visual works in responses to gender-based violence. Artworks will be auctioned to raise awareness and support organisations that work towards creating a non-violent society.
We chat to 20-year-old illustrator Caitlyn Lynch about the origins of her work, her inspirations, and the evolution of her style.