“Find your voice and be fearless.” Designer maker Nkuli Mlangeni opens up to us about representation in the South African design industry and the importance of womxn creating together.
A brief history of the graphic tee: a flirtation, a poem, a placard and the mouthpiece of a street style generation.
Nkuli Mlangeni carried on traditional craft methods to make her Design Indaba award winning Sankara Rug. We spoke to the artist and entrepreneur about the necessity of artisanship today.
For her project ‘Die Smaak Van Onthou’, Helé de Beer draws off Afrikaans culinary traditions to create contemporary textile designs.
In Oh Wow! this week: the amazing cover art for Petite Noir’s upcoming album and volume 3 of a cross-continental music project.
Amanda van der Walt’s project ‘Dorp’ is an intimate visual map of Potchefstroom, the town she used to live in as a student at North West University. The series consists of 8 patterns each inspired by an area within the town.
Big (Oh) Wow’s this week with a line-up of colour co-ordinated studio installations, an illustrated vision of prehistoric Johannesburg, a minimalistic zine based on the seasons and a fashion editorial photographed for Vice.
Decor label Skinny laMinx, by designer and illustrator Heather Moore, has just launched a new collection of floral-inspired fabrics called Flower Dreams.
Graphic designer, illustrator and screenprinter, Claudette Maskell, has launched her first collection of hand-printed fabrics called WE-FLOCK.
Fans of Skinny laMinx will be happy to know that there are new prints available at shop.skinnylaminx.com.
Mungo Design, based in Plettenberg Bay, produces fabrics and came up with this novel and creative way to show the many different colourways and textile designs they have on offer.