WITW x Krone’s Artist Residency which took place early this year at the dreamy Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh.
Johannesburg-based designer, Adam Ownly tapped into South Africa’s love for classic, old school vehicles to create a 90’s inspired illustration project.
Modise Sepeng is a Johannesburg-based multidisciplinary artist well-known for his Nubian art, African prints and portraits of African faces with an urban contemporary appeal.
10and5 apologises for the misstep and callousness.
Layla Maciver describes her style of writing as concise, evocative and innovative.
We had an incredible guest speaker line-up featuring Neo Mashigo, Nkgabiseng Motau, Roanna Williams, and Grant Sithole.
The RnB/trap soul singer-songwriter partnered up with multi-talented contemporary visual artist, Shala The Unicorn who directed the video.
The album features the American alto saxophonist Logan Richardson with a South African band including tenor saxophonist Linda Sikhakhane, trumpeter Ndabo Zulu and bassist Zwelakhe-Duma Bell Le Pere.
This evening, April 3rd at 8PM, G-G-Star RAW will host a virtual fashion show on the brand’s Instagram channel for people around the world to experience from their own living rooms.
Against the backdrop of the global COVID-19 pandemic and the South African national lockdown, the Lampost Luminaries were challenged to respond creatively to the present moment and turn inwards to find inspiration in self-isolation.
Here, we look at how the livelihood of freelancers, musicians and music rights organisation have been affected by the Corona virus outbreak.
Sipho now returns with the visuals for ‘BOY,’ a single taken from the musician’s acclaimed 2019 album, iNDiGO.
The art piece is inspired by the Union Building landscape situated in Pretoria, where the administration of the country is based.
This concept is obviously a hit with fans, as iimini not only debuted at #1 on the South African iTunes chart, but also reached the top 3 on the R&B/Soul charts of countries around the world
From ‘Charvet’ by Kenyan graphic artist, Kevin Karanja to ‘Colonial Bastard Rhodes’ typeface by award-winning graphic designer, Osmond Tshuma, we take a look at five typefaces designed by artists of the African continent.