We speak with artist Kilmany-Jo Liversage about her global works, and her triptych dedicated to late sex worker, Nokuphila Kumalo. Read the QnA here.
We recently attended the first annual Natural Hair and Beauty Festival. Check out our interviews with the festival founder and attendees.
Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi’s ‘Heroes’ series is about complicating the idea of who and what a hero is. Read our interview with the artist here.
“A taste journey for even the most experienced whisky palate,” says Brand Amassador Quintin Denyssen about the Glenfiddich Independent Bar’s whisky cocktails.
A collaborative project between stylist Boogy Maboi and photographer Chisanga Mubanga pays homage to SA legends.
We speak to Cape Town-based artist Cinga Samson about the young man in ‘Diced Pineapples’ and what it’s like to be working on a new solo in Umtata.
We speak to dancer, teacher, choreographer and freelance artist Mona Namer about her latest piece, VISITORS / BAETI and how pantsula and house influence her work.
Simon Berndt’s illustrations are stylish and nostalgic with a retro rock’n roll feel. See our chat with the artist also known as One Horse Town.
Fulla, a Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic and Middle-Eastern countries, is fine artist Laylaa Jacobs’ muse.
Cynthia Fan’s floral designs are loose and fluid, accentuating the beauty of their individual elements. See arrangements of her stunning stems here.
Cape Town-based artist Fanie Buys talks to us about his latest works – including a variety of slogan T-shirts and painterly images of pop culture icons.
Fashion designer Cleo Droomer sheds some light on his much anticipated Autumn/Winter collection showing at Mercedez Benz Fashion Week Cape Town.
Nkuli Mlangeni carried on traditional craft methods to make her Design Indaba award winning Sankara Rug. We spoke to the artist and entrepreneur about the necessity of artisanship today.
Cape Town based illustrator and designer, Tammy Joubert, lets us into her creative world through words and playful graphics.
Lhola Amira took a trip to Ghana recently to see what 60 years of decolonisation looks like. We caught up with the artist to discuss her trip, and the resultant body of work.