Zebulon Chuenyane’s bold and empowering series, titled Ngi Yak’Verstana, pays homage to diverse love and the Zulu love letter.
From Ultra Mel custard to Bakers Choice Assorted Biscuits, two Joburg creatives illustrate iconic December ingredients.
Pop culture and colour collide in Chelsea Tamim’s digital artworks, which explore themes such as love, technology and the everyday.
Illustrator and Open Window gradute Zinhle Zulu’s award winning work will leave you inspired.
Having recently completed a learnership at Umuzi Photo Club, art director Kgodisho Mowa creates vibrant work that expresses everyday life experience.
Creative studio Studio Muti, illustrator Lize-Marie Dreyer and production company Bewilder TV breath new life into elementary school students’ drawings.
Joburg-based artist Melissa Fontini left the world of advertising to become an artist. She talks to us about her new series and mural project.
Inspired by the detail in manga artist Katsuhiro Otomo’s line work, illustrator Liam Richards creates sketches of surreal urban scenes.
Cape Town-born, New York-based illustrator Ellena Lourens produces an eerie array of work featuring sombre characters and slithering serpents.
Nine creatives explore the theme of positive thinking and affirmation through custom illustrations.
Emerging creative Phathu Nembilwi shares her latest works, inspired by everyday life and the strength of women.
Illustrator Simeone Ferreira has created a bold striking new series, featuring illustrations, socks and stickers, called ‘I Feel Slick’.
Soweto-based digital artist Terence Maluleke’s new work captures the vibe of Major Lazer and DJ Maphorisa’s new 1970s-inspired video.
Tshwanelo Modise talks about her recent body of work, The Fine Line, a collection of portraits depicting her personal muses and heroes.
Illustrator and graphic designer Eva Faerch, who is part of 10and5’s 2017 Creative Womxn series, launches a collection of illustrated portraits paying homage to iconic SA women.