The [CROP] Project is using the power of collaboration, art & photography to not only disrupt, but to empower & promote positive change in South Africa.
Incomplete Gesture is a self-published zine by photographers Deena Dinat and Ezio Fok that explores the city of Joburg.
Gender fluidity and fashion Julian Oldenburg and Ruan Eloff created an alternative take on the traditional fashion shoot in a recent college assignment. Julian is a student at the Orms’ Cape Town School of Photography (CTSP), which aims to be an “incubator for photographic brilliance and a nurturer of an innovative […]
Following on our earlier feature and an interview on SABC Africa, Karabo Maila was encouraged to create Chapter Two of the photographic series aimed at breaking the stigma on albinism. The foundation of the story is still the same, sparked when one of the photographer’s female friends confided that she […]
Bianca Buisman is a freelance documentary photographer, art director and designer with a passion for music and exploring. As young girl she was obsessed with capturing every little thing as she did not trust her memory. She was convinced that if she didn’t save every moment on film, it would […]
Ndivhu Mushanganyisi is a filmmaker and photographer based in Johannesburg. The subject matter of her stills images is diverse and ranges from clean, minimalist portraits to smoky and evocative scenes captured at live performances. Glimpses into the city by night and grainy street views are other elements found in her […]
Lagos-based artist and photographer Noma Osula’s images focus on “contradictions, complexities, dark humour, forms, awkward gestures”. He speaks about his admiration for photography and how it is inspired by Nigerian culture and traditions. Did you study photography or art at university? Who or what was the first subject in front […]
Durban-based photographer and graphic designer Rebecca Buxton has released a photo series dubbed Hot days and cool vibes delving into the Durban experience. In this series she explores the culture and vibrancy of Durban culture through a photo series of the city’s beachfront. The warm colouration of the photos speaks to […]
Luxolo Witvoet is a photographer, musician and aspiring director who is inspired by human connection and self-discovery. Check out some of his portraiture and watch out for more to come.
Unscrambling Africa is a project dreamed up by a group of friends to document African urbanity. Kenyan-born Josh Kisamwa and Mutua Matheka, along with Joe Were and Lulu Kitolo, raised funds through a Kickstarter campaign (watch the video here) to launch an epic road trip to a number of African cities. […]
Starry 80’s-Inspired Shoot Read through this beautiful write-up on Luke Nelson, a South African photographer, where he takes us through his background, inspirations and future aspirations. About Luke Nelson Luke Nelson is a Cape Town-based photographer and filmmaker. He recently shot a starry 80’s inspired campaign for Cape Town-based brand, […]
Photographer, Alessandra Griffin on her surreal and dreamy style of photography.
Shot and edited by David Motsomotso, the Layered Long Lines explores statements of beauty and self worth.
Cape Town filmmaker and Photographer, Simon Ker-Fox Taylor, explores the idea of a world where salt becoming the dominant element over water.
Director Joshua Rowe talks about the creation of Vuka Songezo, a short video that tells Songezo’ true life story of loss, hope and triumph.