An art book designer by profession, Gabrielle Guy’s excellent Instagram feed is full of bizarre scenes highlighting the natural vs. the manmade.
Armed with a portable digital printer and good intentions, the Umuzi Academy photographers went onto the streets of Jeppestown to show appreciation to the men and women who are often the subjects of their creative projects.
For her final year project at Michaelis, Paris Brummer photographed a series that considers the ‘after-life’ of both humans and buildings.
The Honey is a 7 part photo series about a black woman navigating life, conveying her daily experiences and the things she’s thinking about.
Mostly using his cellphone and a variety of characters, Ben Moyo creates striking contemporary street portraits that hold distinct narratives.
The Kaapse Klopse festival or “Tweede Nuwe Jaar” brings colour, culture and music to the streets of Cape Town.
We The Brave encourages a culture of conversation and de-stigmatisation around sexual behaviour and orientation.
The sort of blissful abandon that only exists when you’re a child is the atmosphere of Gabriella Achadinha’s latest photo project.
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‘Booty call’ is the reality of fickle young love, music one plays during a sour realisation and the feelings that go with it.
Adorned in statement jewellery and glitzy texture-heavy outfits, Tricia Akello is the life of her own purple-tinged disco party.
Masixole Ncevu is a young Cape Town based photographer to watch out for. His evocative images of people and scenes from everyday life reveal a nuanced artistic eye.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
Driving along Ontdekkers Road and into the heart of Johannesburg’s CBD, you’ll pass numerous stores adorned with their very own brand of art.
We’ve featured Chris’s images on the site for years, but somehow, have never sat down with the prominent Joburg photographer to discuss his work in-depth. Until now.