Rapper and songwriter M.anifest collaborated with “afrogallonist” artist Serge Attukwei Clottey on a stunning music video shot in Ghana.
From a sewing machine that can stitch in any direction to a smart kitchen of the future, Makandal Schiess and Zelé Angelides share their product design highlights from Milan Design Week.
This rich and considered 10 track album takes ideological footing in the realm of the cosmic, providing an introspective and highly textured sonic journey.
Our highlights for the May edition of First Thursdays plus other creative events taking place in Joburg this week.
This week in Cape Town there’s mid-century design, a group show reinterpreting vanitas art and a poetry festival.
A heady mix of 808s, choice samples and sonorous vocals; QzA’s latest album talks of late night parties, big city living, aspiration and love.
Take-outs from Supermarket: Molly and Juliana of ALMA MARTHA tell us about their recent on their trip to Stockholm Sweden for the Supermarket Art Fair.
For the DKNY Be Desired campaign 4 photographers explored the urban jungles of Cape Town and Johannesburg. See Thina Zibi succulent shoot here.
Photographer Cedric Nzaka was at the 10th annual Back to the City hip hop festival to capture Jozi’s most stylish.
Digital agency Native VML and non-profit PASSOP used national flags as traditional dress to create unifying images that confront Islamophobia.
Makandal Schiess and Zelé Angelides spent 4 days exploring the Milan Design Week. Here’s their guide to the most stylish city in the world.
As someone who’s been interested in the visual world from a young age, Lebogang Mokgoko took naturally to photography. Take a look at his colourful work.
This visually striking video serves as a teaser for the 7 days of creative inspiration to come when the Loeries hits Durban from 15-21 August.
For the DKNY Be Desired campaign 4 photographers explored the urban jungles and gardens of Cape Town and Johannesburg. See Torné Velk’s suburban high-drama images here.
It may be at home on the dancefloor, but the message behind Batuk’s latest song is a powerful call for change against widespread conflict in Africa.