Having worked at Naughty Dogg and contributed to games such as Fortnite, Overwatch and The Last of Us, Judd Simatov shares his secrets of getting involved in the game Industry.
In a candid interview, former Fruit and Veggies lead Purity Zinhle Mkhize talks about her solo project ‘Pure’ and latest music video.
We talk to Joburg-based blogger and executive PA Ashlyn Diaz about reinventing her image and the people that inspire her greatness.
The talented digital entrepreneur and social media coordinator shows off his style and talks influences.
Wits graduate and co-founder of theatre company The Wombman Movement, Nandi Nhlapho, is a rising star of the stage.
Maxine Naidoo – an illustration and graphic design graduate – chats to us about individuality and celebrating women.
Having just graduated from Wits, Mmakhotso Lamola talks about the essence of architecture and creating change through impactful work.
In our Meet the Creatives series, Joburg-based journo and singer-songwriter Yamkela Mdaka talks music, personal style and future projects.
On Blackness, Baartman and being called ‘Boesman’, visual art student Smangaliso Khumalo talks about his final undergrad series, ‘The Monkey on My Shoulder’.
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.
We talk to performing artist Chuma Sopotela about bravery and winning the Standard Bank Young Artists of the Year award for Performance Art.
Alrick September and Simon Orgill write and act out hilarious comedy skits. We chat to them about their popular YouTube channel Sep And Simon.
Creative couple Melanie Motto-Ross and Emily Sloan invite us into their home and share their peculiar love story.
Tiger Maremela photographed partygoers at the recent Cunty Power in Joburg and chatted to them about nightlife in South Africa, safety on the streets and pre-party rituals.
The recent winner at Absa L’Atelier talks to Hakeem Adam about masculinity, the politics of art and using the keffiyeh as her canvas.