We paid a visit to Breezeblock, a new go-to brunch spot situated in the artistic neighborhood of Brixton.
We spent some time at the home studio of illustrator Jess Jardim-Wedepohl to better understand her approach to the craft and where she gets her inspiration.
For #GraphicArtMonth, we sat down with Banele Khoza to talk about fine art and illustration and how he’s found a niche in merging the two.
Filmmaker Marius Gerryts captured the experience of AfrikaBurn 2017 through a series of sweeping timelapses. Check it out here.
Lauren Dixon-Paver uses YouTube to create simple and engaging craft tutorials that teach you how to make your own works of art at home. We spoke to her to find out how it all began.
We visit artist Tabita Rezaire’s new exhibition, ‘Exotic Trade’, and stop by her performative yoga session and conversation with writer/editor Milisuthando Bongela.
A multidisciplinary and collaborative project, The Centre for The Less Good Idea seeks to champion the secondary ideas of the art world. Check out our video to see what went down.
Get inspired for this year’s Burn by watching our favourite AfrikaBurn videos.
Ableton certified trainer Emile Hoogenhout invites us into his studio to see how exactly a piece of electronic music is put together.
Dan Roberts and Thomas Krane share an unbridled passion for music. In this short videos for Dickies, the two discuss how hard work is key to making music.
Between having their own stage at Ultra South Africa and planning for the much anticipated Genesis All Black party, Until Until spoke to 10and5 about what it takes to throw a great party.
By condensing the publishing process to a mere 12 hours, Book Dash is providing a wealth of new storybooks for children. We caught up with them at their most recent event in Jozi.
Marianne Thesen Law brings together language, technical creativity and visual seduction to create compelling moving-image artworks.
The Design Indaba FilmFest is a showcase of the world’s best indie and creative films, screened at the annual Design Indaba Festival in March 2017.
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.