Oh Wow! – Cape Town In Your Earbuds, Illustrated Tweets and SA Menswear.

Today’s Oh Wow! starts off with a perfect-in-every-way fashion editorial and ends with 36 minutes of unreleased tracks and songs in-progress. In between, we’ve got a fantastic series of mixtapes bringing Cape Town to your earbuds, a humorous tumblr of illustrated tweets and a glimpse of the first SA Menswear Week.

 

ONE – Jody Paulsen shot by Kent Andreasen for Sicky Magazine.

Styling: Gabrielle Kannemeyer | Hair & make-up: Suaad Dawood

 

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TWO – Okayafrica’s ‘Cape Town In Your Earbuds‘ series of mixtapes by local artists performing at CTEMF this weekend. Download them here. Mixtape covers by Philippus Johan.

 

Okayafrica 'Cape Town In Your Earbuds'

 

Thor Rixon

 

John Wizards

 

Ill Skillz

 

Jumping Black Sash

 

THREE – A new drawing by Sebastian Borckenhagen as seen at Jnr. gallery’s group show, Proposal.

 

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FOURMr Sakitumi & The Grrrl released two new remixes of tracks from Mr Sakitumi’s first album, Secret Asian Man, and The Grrrl created some visuals to accompany them. Download ‘Funky Strutt‘ and ‘Jungle Jimmy‘.

 

 

 

FIVEHugh Upsher and Martin Mezzabotta illustrate the tweets of Niki Jay on their tumblr, Bogey Illustrated.

 

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SIX – New Indalo by Inga clutch bags.

 

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Indalo

 

SEVENOATH by Rich Mnisi at the first South African Menswear Week in Cape Town, captured by SDR Photo. Keep an eye out for more coverage coming soon!

 

Rich Mnisi

Rich Mnisi

Rich Mnisi

 

EIGHTNeil Acid photographed by Mpho Mokgadi.

 

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NINEFun Toy, the ‘experimental electronic hymns’ of Daniel Breiter (and a few collaborators) has come to an end. To mark this fact Daniel published a mix of unreleased tracks, bootlegs and songs that were still in-progress.

 

 

 

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