Oh Wow! – Beware of Colour, The Future Sound of Mzansi and The Lake Magazine.

From super dreeeeamy photographs to some shocking pink art interventions in Johannesburg’s gritty inner city, here’s our weekly Oh Wow! round-up.

 

ONEAfternoon Sister shot by Caroline Mackintosh for Oyster Magazine.

 

Oh Wow! - Afternoon Sister by Caroline Mackintosh

Oh Wow! - Afternoon Sister by Caroline Mackintosh

Oh Wow! - Afternoon Sister by Caroline Mackintosh

Oh Wow! - Afternoon Sister by Caroline Mackintosh

Oh Wow! - Afternoon Sister by Caroline Mackintosh

 

TWO – A captivating short film by Mollie Mills about Ruth, a young ballerina in Johannesburg.

 

 

Via It’s Nice That

 

THREE – The lookbook for Bofred, a new artistic collective/furniture and interiors company founded by designers Christa Botha and Carla Erasmus.

 

Oh Wow! - Bofred Lookbook

Oh Wow! - Bofred Lookbook

Oh Wow! - Bofred Lookbook

 

FOURThe Office Smells Like Ink is the first edition of The Lake Magazine, a bi-monthly print and digital publication that aims to “comprehensively analyse the thinking of creatives and individual pioneers, looking at South African creatives and what they do”.

 

 

FIVEInfestation, the third installment of Am I Collective’s monthly calendar capturing the essence of a festival with some added South African flavour. Download it here.

 

Infestation by Am I Collective

 

SIX Beware of Colour, an urban experiment where anonymous artists/activists are bringing life to the sidewalks, rooftops and walls of inner city Johannesburg with shocking pink paint.

 

 

 

 

SEVEN – The next instalment of Spoek Mathambo’s Future Sound of Mzansi mix series, featuring Fever Trails.

 

 

EIGHTBody Bags, the first release from Johannesburg based rapper Truey Donatello in over two years.

 

 

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