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.
Theatre’s leading women Ameera Conrad and Amy Jephta meet on stage at their old varsity to reminiscence about drama school, talk on writing powerful work and their futures.
The progressive electronic producer and DJ premieres his brand new EP ‘Masala’. Listen to it here.
We spoke to Brian Mokhachane, star of the Converse ‘In My Chucks’ initiative, about forging his own professional path, social innovation and why he loves his Chucks.
We speak with the publishing duo behind Platform and photographer Ed Blignaut on their collaborative photoshoot for our original series, Spotlight.
5 whisky gives us the lowdown on The Glenfiddich Independent Bar experience.
Behold, the hoop art of your dreams! We take a look at the needlework of Cape Town-based designer-maker Andie Reeves.
We chat to master mixologist at The Glenfiddich Independent Bar, Dino Batista, about working in the world of spirits and cocktails.
Cape Town-based fine artist Angelica Luthi’s mysterious landscape paintings express her fascination with nature. We speak to the artist about her process.
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.