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.
From knowing when to work for free to charging industry rates, Justice Mukheli, Kenny Morifi-Winslow, Banele Khoza and Lenny-Dee Doucha share innovative tips for funding a life in the creative arts.
Julia Anastasopoulos talks the success of Suzelle DIY, her new series with Showmax and creating believable and likeable South African characters.
“Find your voice and be fearless.” Designer maker Nkuli Mlangeni opens up to us about representation in the South African design industry and the importance of womxn creating together.
We chat to Phillip Hollander, one half of design duo Houtlander, about the brand’s big win at this year’s 100% Design exhibition.
In part 2 of our series on bad ass womxn tattoo artists, five South African tattooists chat on their artistry and defying gender stereotypes.
Exclusive: Ghanaian singer-songwriter Jojo Abot takes us through her brand new EP, which stands up, speaks out and fights back against structural inequality.
Photographer Jerri Mokgofe captures festival style on the streets of Grahamstown. Take inspiration from a rich array of looks here.
Qhawekazi Giyose and Gugulethu Duma of musical duo ‘Found At Sea’ recently completed a month-long mentorship with venerable isiXhosa musician Madosini. We chat to them about the importance of inter-generational dialogue.
Inspired by American artists Carrie Mae Weems and Deana Lawson, photographer Andile Buka and Curator Nthabiseng Mokoena re-interpret the traditional portraiture.