Slow Sunday Social Market is the gathering transforming Grahamstown, one event at a time.
In a candid interview, former Fruit and Veggies lead Purity Zinhle Mkhize talks about her solo project ‘Pure’ and latest music video.
Pop culture and colour collide in Chelsea Tamim’s digital artworks, which explore themes such as love, technology and the everyday.
Cape Town rap duo The Word is Uhh just released their new album, Grosvenor Beach.Their influences include the seasons, smoothies, Outkast and relationships.
Hokey Poke and Good Good Good launch their collaborative line as a part of First Thursday, Cape Town. Take a look at their lookbook.
MrP launches a brand new limited edition Project range, Time to Shine, and teams up with illustrator Daisy Jo for the lookbook.
We spoke to film and motion design graduate Mikyla Jonck to find out more about the story behind her scenes.
Known to many as Unity Bond from ‘The Foxy Five’ series, artist and activist Duduza Mchunu explores self through creativity.
Illustrator and Open Window gradute Zinhle Zulu’s award winning work will leave you inspired.
Open Window graduate Matthew Tager shares more about his futuristic design work 2200 and his plans ahead of his 2018 trip to Hong Kong.
Sonal Vanmali is a Creative brand Management graduate. We chat to her about student life, her influences and what she’s hoping to achieve.
Ahead of the release of her photobook on Fees Must Fall, student activist and photographer Mara Mbele talks documenting society.
Having recently completed a learnership at Umuzi Photo Club, art director Kgodisho Mowa creates vibrant work that expresses everyday life experience.
Streetwear label DEAD and pre-eminent sneaker store Anatomy are set to drop a limited edition collection this week.
From quirky minimalism to thoughtfully OTT, we uncover the arrangements of Chelsea Blakemore’s Cape Tow floral design studio.