Follow the inspiring Instagram feed of Johannesburg-based Christy Strever, the photographer behind the brand new Igerbook.
Top chefs, winemakers, artists, designers, musicians and more at this year’s Littlegig Festival. Check out all the details here.
A local womenswear label on the rise, EKTA’s style signature’s are colour and class as can be seen in their fun first look book shoot.
Colour and texture come alive in these contemporary pop-culture illustrations by digital artist $hlomonde.
We headed through to The Artisan to try out one of their signature cocktails, the Basil Dragon. Watch how it’s made here.
On tying yourself to a fence with your jacket in order to get the perfect shot and other everyday experiences that come with being an assistant director.
Local designer label AKJP offer up an eye catching Spring Summer lookbook inspired by Helmut Newton’s 1970’s erotic pool side images.
In ‘Drilling for Water’, Tamlin speaks out about water scarcity issues in a series of beautifully abstract Half Squares. Read our interview with the artist.
In a retrospective interview, we ask artists Kyla Philander, Nas Hoosen and Amy Ayanda to recollect a year’s worth of memorable moments, both good and bad.
Playing around with colour and texture, the artist’s focus is mainly on portraiture and still lifes, which blends in a degree of abstract.
Nick Mulgrew investigates his own place in a nation obsessed with rugby through this engaging personal essay.
Michaela Younge’s felt tapestries explore the psychology of ‘othering’ in folklore and fairytales. Read our interview with the artist here.
We teamed up with PICHULIK, Ma’art Jewellery, and SMITH on this striking summer lookbook to celebrate jewellery as a form of identity and symbolic adornment.
Cape Town-based mixed media artist Sitaara Stodel’s highly creative photo-montages, 3D collages and film photographs evoke a passage of time and memories.
For Aaliyah Kara, art is a form of activism, but not all art has to be overtly political. Read our interview with the spoken word poet.