“Selfies as self-affirmation.” Ten creatives speak on seeing, capturing and sharing their beauty through self portraiture.
Ihsaan Haffejee, Tshepiso Mabula and three other local photographers share their work and tell us why these photographs remain meaningful to them.
As he embarks on a tour across South Africa, rapper Miki San Tzu describes his brand new album, which is produced by long-time collaborator Skulla.
5 talented photographers speak on their muses and also friendship, intimacy and being a womxn behind the lens.
After struggling to find Photoshop brushes that suited his style, digital artist Christi du Toit created his own. Check out the ‘Incy Wincy Spider’ inspired set of designer tools.
Creative Kasey-Leigh Davis’s black and white photos focus on the effects of space on inhabitants of the cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.
We visit rapper Stogie T and six-piece collective Rebirth of Cool in studio as they make magic and rehearse for their first performance together. You can also WIN! tickets to the show.
Watch celebrated artist Gerald Machona shave Dada Khanyisa’s text-based work on his head in this Bayeza exchange, as the two engage social-economics, tradition and more.
From the 19th century to the liberation struggle and beyond, Dudu Madonsela, curator of the Bensusan Museum of Photography, explores the centre’s image trove in celebration of its anniversary.
In case you missed the Instagram takeover of talented architectural photographer Mpho Mokgadi, see the collection of images here, taken in Spain, Italy and South Africa.
From creating moodboards to the importance of finding the right team, Joburg-based photographer Tarryn Hatchett shares six career tips.
Co-editor Makhosazana Xaba and Gauteng-based author Thato Magno chat about affirming narratives, “the limited spaces specifically focusing on queer/LGBTIQA+ literature” and more.
This season, we’re updating our jewellery collections with non-symmetrical designs, wearable tech and leather earrings. Check out these designers.
From award-winning photographer Émilie Régnier to Vuyo Mpantsha of South African creative collective I See a Different You, six photographers from across the globe share their self-portraits with 10and5.
Iconic artist-activist and author Sue Williamson writes about two personal portraits documenting the same subject, 27 years apart.