This week’s round-up of wow-worthy things includes an incredible origami window display that took over 45 hours to complete, some cheeky watercolour paintings and three songs we’re listening to on repeat.
ONE – Artworks from Forming Impressions | A Ghost in the Machine, an exhibition showing until 6 June at Warren Editions.
Georgina Gratrix, Bad Feminist
Matty Roodt, Reen Moiré
Jody Paulsen, Tropical Urbano
TWO – In his series Thank You But No Thank You, Byron Fredericks investigates the artist’s ability to forget about the technicalities of what makes a drawing and to instead become lost in spontaneous mark-making.
you got me with that one
to kill a mocking being
if you see this it’s too late
THREE -‘Mad’gas:Car’, a single from CAVES upcoming full
FIVE – A new track by Sylvan Aztok, which he descriptively classifies as ‘wilderness techno’.
SIX – Recent watercolour paintings by Lady Skollie.
“He was, like, this big.” Girls talking smack at the pool.
No Potassium for Sister during Lent.
EIGHT – ‘CRUSHHH’ by Jumping Back Slash.
NINE – Kim Longhurst‘s winning design for MRP’s billboard competition. Look out for it in Braamfontein from 23 April until the end of May.
TEN – Lookbook images shot by Buhle Skhosana and styled by Theo Malebane with Christopher Tsinyane for Skop Die Bucket‘s SS15 collection, ‘Guts Of Glory’.
ELEVEN – An illustration by Rikus Ferreira protesting the Xenopobic attacks in Durban.