Using street art as a tool to campaign the rights of minorities who have been denied access to basic rights and education in Iran.
This week we’ve got illustrations a-plenty, an impressive public art crowd-funding initiative and a preview of the Jane Sews Winter collection.
The group exhibition, The Benediction of Shade, opens at David Krut Projects in Cape Town this Saturday. The show features a large selection of artists who have engaged with the figure, idea or metaphor of the forest or the tree in different ways and through various media.
Woolworths, together with the Western Cape Education Department, Sappi and Design Indaba, are making sure South African high school students are being exposed to the very best in local and international design with their Making the Difference Through Design programme.
This short film shows the making of Faith47’s ‘Rhapsody’, completed for the Wall Therapy mural project based in Rochester, NY.
This is the trailer for WALL\THERAPY, the 2012 follow up to 2011’s VISUAL INTERVENTION, a short documentary covering a public art mural project in Rochester, New York.
Faith47’s first local solo show Fragments of Burnt History opens in Johannesburg at David Krut Projects this evening.
The Long Wait is a new series of artworks by Faith47 created on the streets of Joburg as the first installment of her upcoming exhibition, Fragments of a Burnt History.
The latest outdoor piece by Faith47 can be found in Main St, Johannesburg.
34 FineArt wants you to go Outside. Catch its Urban Contemporary group exhibition between 25 October and 19 November which will showcase some of the world’s best Urban/Street artists.
Faith47 and her husband, DAL, were recently in Rochester, New York. These are the pieces they did while there.
Faith47, “Here are 2 wine tanks I painted on the Fairhills wine farm which is a fair trade wine farm so I went along with the theme of fair trade. This artwork is about transparency within trade. I was invited by Fairhills to interpret the idea of fair trade. South […]
In 2008 five artists set out on a 9 day road trip to the Transkei stopping off in communities along the way and painting art for the unsuspecting public. This is the short documentary made about their time there. The artists involved are Freddy Sam, Faith47, Hac one, Rowan Pybus(film/photography) […]
Faith47’s art can be seen all over the world these days. This piece is in London from the time she visited the Moniker Art Fair. To read all about her trip to London and Berlin and to see pics of her work there, visit Don’t Party.
The latest from Faith47. The image was inspired by a picture that Alexia Webster took of protestors- women, children, men and the elderly in Macassar Village, Cape Town. The protesters or ‘Backyarders’ are families who live in back yards because there is no space or housing available or provided by […]