Taariq Latiff has teamed up with Daphne Accessories to produce a line of satin chiffon scarves inspired by designs from across the continent.
Described as a vivid account of Nelson Mandela’s extraordinary life, the recently released graphic novel has been honoured with a Manga award.
We talk to director Michael Matthews about the anticipated South African Western, and what the genre means in a local context.
Creative campaigns with an inventive spirit have always been at the heart of what Spree aims to achieve and their new ‘Youth run Spree’ campaign is no different.
Spree gave the group full reign on the campaign in order to produce authentic images and expose the realness of African Gen Z’s, and the end results are stunning.
With a brand new project just out, titled Lagosfuturism, emerging creative Daniel Obasi has looked to futurism to make visuals that interrogate identity and celebrate creativity.
Kgomotso Neto has been selected from over 2 800 photographers from around the world to attend the 2018 New York Photo Review. We profile his work, which he is selling to raise funds for the trip.
Country Road and Prime Obsession team up for CR.CAPSULE, the brand’s March capsule collection. We take a look at the campaign, shot by Themba Mbuyisa.
We go behind the scenes of the brand new collaborative campaign with whisky brand Scottish Leader and creative collective I See A Different You.
We check out the latest visual offering by multidisciplinary brand OH OK Apparel.
Directed by Makere Thekiso, with cinematography by Motheo Moeng, ‘Simple Love’ is a new short film that encompasses musical talent, depth and emotion.
The Fantastic Agency, Cape Town’s newest model and talent agency, has officially launched.
Joburg-based BFFs Trash Panda and Yung Kween talk pop culture, art, sex, music and more in their weekly podcast, HONEYCNTZA.
RHTC x Playground launched their streetwear collab with Cotton Club Records last Saturday. We recap on the iconic launch.
Gilbert Pooley reflects on the homogeneous audience at Design Indaba 2018 and wonders how the event – with the tagline “A better future, by design” – can become more inclusive.