Joburg-based multi-media artist Meghan Judge traverses the streets, malls and temples of the Sichuan capital.
A few Durban Centre of Photography students provide vivid and picturesque views into the lesser-known sides of Durban.
Gabrielle Kannemeyer and Kyle Weeks invited local artists to be part of a beautiful portrait series to showcase Steffany Roup’s handcrafted jewellery.
“When the madam is away, the help will slay.” Part 1 of this conceptual photo series speaks to the labour dynamics in South Africa.
Exploring the aesthetics of albinism in contrast to idealised perceptions of beauty, Justin Dingwall has just released his long term photo series in full.
The 70s, Netflix, cricket and legendary photographer Malick Sibede are some of the influences behind Simon and Mary’s latest lookbook.
In May 2016, Thom Pierce spent eight days in Semonkong in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho, walking the footpaths between villages photographing the herdsmen (and a few women) that he met.
This observational photo series shows tranquil and often solitary human moments unfolding against a pastel coloured Singapore.
Between the urban synergy that fuels mainland China, pockets of lush green spaces evoke a quieter, more contemplative mood.
Drawing inspiration from nature and travel, Alexa Singer’s evocative photography takes you on a gorgeously dreamy visual journey.
Matt Kay has a knack for capturing the distinct mood and nature of a place. In this photo essay excerpt, he captures some of the unusual and mundane goings on of the Durban beachfront.
Is there any truth to the mythical tales we were told as kids? This haunting photo series brings us face to face with the bathroom tokoloshe.
Visual artist Bert Pauw’s Instagram feed is an artfully curated exercise in balancing the beautiful and the mundane.
Thebe Magugu’s AW16 campaign is a poised and powerful ode to the women walking Jozi’s streets.
Kyle Weeks’ photographs of palm wine collectors are a testament to young Himba men and explore ideas of agency, self-fashioning and mobility.