The new photographic collective aims to document lesser-known narratives while instilling a Black Consciousness philosophy in all they do. Look through their latest photo-series here.
It’s been a year since we first saw The Honey take to the internet. This Saturday sees a celebration of all that Honey and Gavini have achieved since then.
This rising talent’s graduate collection brings high fashion to high school uniforms to represent the angsty minefield of teenagedom.
See winding roads, daily commutes and mountainous heights through the quiet and considered lens of Cape Town-based photographer Tauriq Dolley.
Stuart Hendricks captures the city’s heritage and its ever-changing landscape.
Lauren Brits was the winner of the Endless Daze photographer pass. Here’s her super dreamy 35mm film photo essay from the festival.
Because like Umlilo, you should wear what you want to.
Sketched-out stories and point and shoot film photographs form a visual catalogue of extra special moments from Endless Daze in Cape Town.
See beachfronts, rickshaws and hillsides in these picturesque snapshots of Durban.
An exhibition in collaboration with Hennessy Cognac, ‘Beyond the Covers’ sees the renowned hip hop photographer open up about his most iconic shoots.
Multi-media artist Nolan Oswald Dennis tells us why Santu Mofokeng’s photograph album inspires him.
From New York, to Isreal, Jozi and London – the art that strikes him most is the kind that’s filled with sincerity and intention.
A freelance photo assistant and photographer in his own right, Robin Bernstein has found a way to link budding photographers with invaluable assisting gigs.
We zone in on three women in a fine art photographic series that explores the female body politic.
We gain insight into the narrative behind the young artist’s striking documentary work as she takes us through a few of her favourite photographs.