New local web-series ‘Gaze’ uses the Cape Town art world as a metaphor to interrogate how we view others, and how they view us.
Paul Ward directs a new online advert for Puma South Africa, starring Nasty C, Gigi Lamayne, Mashayabuqhe, Nonku Phiri and Rolo Rozay.
A look at the prolific work of graffiti artist ‘Bias’ and how he’s come to paint countless pieces in Johannesburg’s underground.
We spent a day with the sustainable forager, Urban Hunter Gatherer to better find out how to bring nature back into the city in a simple and sustainable way.
Your weekly guide to the local creative work that’s taken to timelines, galleries and venues across the country in the past while.
Taken from his ‘As We Surface’ EP, ‘Ribbon Tooth’ gets a macabre and narrative-laden visual treatment courtesy of filmmaker Sara CF de Gouveia.
In the latest installment of How I Dress, we meet up with musician, art director, and stylist Lenny-Dee Doucha to discuss what style means to her, and how fashion can influence creativity.
We headed through to The Artisan to try out one of their signature cocktails, the Basil Dragon. Watch how it’s made here.
The clip explores the darker sides of obsession and nostalgia, while remaining open to interpretation.
A striking display of performance art, dance and music come together in the visual for ‘Impala Parlour/Journey To Life’.
Since his first EP in 2013, Muzi’s unique brand of hard-electro has been garnering audiences the world over.
Carla Manteiga goes to Paris’ 18th district for a new Batuk visual that subverts stigmas around women and sex.
Five years of travelling, skating and good times come to the fore in ‘South and Beyond’, a new short film documenting the adidas South Africa skate team.
Lizette Chirrime’s fabric collages are inspired by her relationship with water and the feminine. We spoke with her about Mozambique, art and healing, and her new works.
Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane visits Thesis Lifestyle to find out what it took to reach the 1001 days milestone, and how they balanced work and play along the way.