To launch our annual Creative Women series celebrating Women’s Month, we visited artist Billie Zangewa’s home studio to see first-hand the process behind her intricate silk tapestries.
Series: Creative Women
Katherine-Mary Pichulik, or Kat as she’d introduce herself, is the founder, designer and maker behind Pichulik, the bold accessories line for bolder women.
All-round creative Yang Zhao has most recently been focussing her time and enterprising energy on reintroducing Dim Sum as a food concept, a dining culture, and a medium for communication and conversation.
Jodie Ennik is the sophisticated and stylish woman at the centre of Joburg’s premier stills production company, character casting and creative booking agency, Lampost.
Candice Wyatt-Minter is the exceptionally talented woman at the heart of Wyatt Hairdressing and Barbering, and a Joburg institution all on her own.
Jana Hamman is deeply immersed in the creative and street culture scene that is rippling out of Joburg, and is constantly collaborating on new projects that span, cross and mix disciplines.
Bee Diamonhead is the ever-fabulous, say it like it is, junior fashion editor at Marie Claire SA. We spent two days observing her making fashion magic for our Creative Women series.
Both Knysna-bred now Cape Town-based, Emma Frost and Jessica Ellis joined forces in early 2013 to launch Supernatural Floral Design; an outlet for their shared passion for all things natural, wild and a little bit extraordinary.
Kerry Friend is an Executive Creative Director at digital agency, Hellocomputer. We followed her around to learn more about her, and why she’s dominating in a male dominated industry.
Hanneke Schutte is a Johannesburg based writer and director. Earlier this year, her screenplay Ping Pong with Mr Yong won the prestigious Jameson First Shot competition.
Kim Longhurst is a Durban-based illustrator, artist, mother, compulsive blogger, self proclaimed magpie, and one half of bespoke design duo, The Curators.
It’s the last day of August and with it the end of our month long Creative Women series. Wrapping it up is artist Larita Engelbrecht.
There is no way we could’ve done a series of our favourite Creative Women without including the ingenious Crystal Birch. Crystal is one half of fashion label Birch & Elm…
Chantal Louw and Thessa Bos are dedicated to promoting the local creative industry. As the founders of The Fringe Arts they’ve conceptualised…
Lauren Fowler was one of the first creatives ever featured on 10and5, way back in 2008. We still love what she makes and draws, be it hooped cross-stitching, hip animals or Michel Delacroix-esque buildings.