It’s all about “bodies sharing stories, abandoned concrete and used gum”.
On identity, true liberation and why she’d love the EFF to watch her work.
Cape Town, get ready for a 3 day musical exchange with Christian Tiger School, TheCITY, DJ Lag and more.
Performing artist Buhlebezwe Siwani talks about the mesmerising impact Diane Victor’s smoke portraits had on her during a high school outing.
This rising talent’s graduate collection brings high fashion to high school uniforms to represent the angsty minefield of teenagedom.
Nick Frost offers a cockeyed glimpse of the colourful personalities on display on any given night out in Cape Town.
Back in 1998, when you sat down in front of a computer and connected – via squeals and burps and digital gurgling noises – to the Internet, you had to be creative.
See winding roads, daily commutes and mountainous heights through the quiet and considered lens of Cape Town-based photographer Tauriq Dolley.
The digital creative cites music, surrealist art and pop culture as his main inspirations.
Short-sleeved cotton shirts, light-weight linen kimonos and lavish Cape Town suburbs characterise Sol-Sol’s latest lookbook.
Stuart Hendricks captures the city’s heritage and its ever-changing landscape.
The best instrumental tracks spanning a lengthy portion of the country’s musical history.
Lauren Brits was the winner of the Endless Daze photographer pass. Here’s her super dreamy 35mm film photo essay from the festival.
Athambile Masola writes about a conflicting personal encounter at the Sea Point promenade.
Because like Umlilo, you should wear what you want to.