Part 2 of a 2 part interview with Monareng Makwetla and Mpho Twala of Velocity Afrika, about the challenges and rewards of a South African production company making ads for the rest of the continent.
Part 1 of a 2 part interview with Monareng Makwetla and Mpho Twala of Velocity Afrika, about the challenges and rewards of a South African production company making ads for the rest of the continent.
Photographer Misha Taylor and stylist Louw Kotze collaborated on this incredible fashion story titled All Those Born With Wings for Under the Influence Magazine #11 The Africa Issue.
Young director, creative researcher and photo taker Mark Strydom captured the colour riots at the WE ARE ONE Colour Festival in Joburg this weekend with a carefully glad wrapped camera.
A new monthly design and décor pop-up market is opening in Joburg this weekend.
The latest outdoor piece by Faith47 can be found in Main St, Johannesburg.
The Design Network Africa exhibition was held at Arts On Main from the 24th till the 27th of September 2011 at Arts on Main in the Maboneng precinct of Johannesburg. The exhibition showcased designs from leading African designers alongside other work from DNA members.
Thursday the 10th of November 2011 saw another installation of the annual Night of 1000 Drawings event. It was a fantastic turn-out once again, and Braamfontein lit up with whole raft of different people flocking to the Johannesburg CBD. The venue stretched from the newly started Neighbourgoods Market on 73 […]
Dulux’s global Let’s Colour project, which began in 2010, uses colourful paint to uplift communities and brighten up grey and dreary areas in cities around the world. Last month the project and a whole lot of colour hit downtown Johannesburg.
Next weekend (13-16 October) sees the annual Photo & Film expo happening at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg. There will be over 100 workshops to attend as well as a whole host of stalls from large and small brands and retailers for photographers to try out exciting new product ranges. […]
Next week sees the start of the FNB Joburg Art Fair to be hosted in Sandton City from 23 – 25 September. This year the Art Fair has moved from its original time in Easter to September, in a move that organiser Ross Douglas says will hopefully contribute to an “art season” in the city.
Invisible Cities is a year-long music and arts festival in the form of 12 once-off monthly events set in the empty buildings soon to be part of Johannesburg’s Maboneng arts precinct.
Every Thursday during the month of May Grayscale Store & Gallery are running Overhead Sketch Battles in Joburg.
Known by close family and the government as Karabo Mooki but known my most as Mooki Mooks, this young photographer (22 years old) hails from Johannesburg and that is where he makes his art. Mooki Mooks completed photography at the National College of Photography and has since been capturing skateboarders […]
Emma is a British photographer who has been living in and photographing Johannesburg since September 2009. She has been involved with several charities and has taken photographs of the work they do and the people who benefit. Emma will be exhibiting this work from the 7th to the 15th of […]