Crank up the music. Zara Julius’ mix has us grooving to a mélange of beats from the continent and diaspora.
Glenfiddich, is launching an exclusive Independent Bar in the heart of Jozi. We chat to Aparna Ramana of Design republic about the setting and interior.
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.
We asked five of our favourite designers to illustrate the book cover to their imaginative autobiography. See what they came up with.
Feast your eyes on these wild and playful moving graphics curated by none other than Exhibit .gif
We speak to Cape Town-based artist Cinga Samson about the young man in ‘Diced Pineapples’ and what it’s like to be working on a new solo in Umtata.
We speak to dancer, teacher, choreographer and freelance artist Mona Namer about her latest piece, VISITORS / BAETI and how pantsula and house influence her work.
The best thing about being in a new place is not knowing what’s normal. Rosa and Jarred, through words and images, seek to find out what’s normal in Croatia and what’s just plain weird.
Chaze Matakala speaks to Koleka Putuma, author of Collective Amnesia, who provides us with a poetic offering to soothe the inability to speak about memory.
A brief history of the graphic tee: a flirtation, a poem, a placard and the mouthpiece of a street style generation.
This week’s awesome internet finds include your weekend soundtrack, our guide to gallery exhibitions and a gender bending fashion editorial.
As the season of Autumn brings with it a much needed bit of change, we’re thrilled to announce the appointment of our new editor in chief, Stefanie Jason. Read her ed’s note here.
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.
A guide to the day-to-day working life of a graphic designer according to: Karabo Moletsane, Tyla Mason, Sinomonde Ngwane, Xia Carstens and Hannah Shone.