Check out our list of new music releases that caught our eye this week.
Meet Leo Rheeders, a 23-year-old graphic designer from Potchefstroom. His idiosyncratic art has garnered him national acclaim and a spot on this year’s Young Creators’ Network top 15 list.
This year, we have decided to slightly change our approach to Women’s Month to ensure that we not only celebrate and highlight women’s achievements, but also support their struggles, and uplift their voices.
Joburg-based digital artist Phila Hillie is a notable creative on the rise – her striking creations landed her a spot on this year’s Young Creators’ Network top 15 list.
Having first come across the artist’s work through his spell billing digital works in 2016 – a project exploring longing and sadness – we instantly put him on our radar of artists to watch.
If there is one thing I know for sure – it is that South Africa does not lack creativity – in fact, we reek of it, and this is evident in just about everything we do. When Yogi Sip called on creatives to submit their work for the Young Creators’ […]
Prince Nhlapo is a promising creative from Vanderbijlpark, an industrial city located in the south of Gauteng.
We’re excited to close off this week with a few new releases from the South African music space, with a focus on upcoming artists across various genres.
Amongst the list of talented creators selected to take part in Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network is Johannesburg-based illustrator, Keamogetswe Sediane – a recent University of Johannesburg graduate with a degree in Multimedia and an Honours Degree in Design specializing in UX Design.
Magi pays homage to this rich tapestry of lore by forging a collection of tales to balm the soul; to inspire bravery and resilience; and to create unadulterated wonder and awe at the miracle of life.
Braaf’s passion for art began when she was four years old. She opens up about her creative journey in our Q&A.
Ngwane entered this year’s competition because she wants to associate herself with a brand she describes as ‘authentic’. A brand that stands for something strong and uses its influence as an empowerment tool.
Joining Creative Director of the Nando’s Design Programme, Tracy Lynch in conversation will be Thabiso Mjo, Glorinah Mabaso, Mpho Vackie and Malibongwe Tyilo.
For Pietermaritzburg-based visual artist Larissa Mwanyama, entering this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition meant associating herself with a popular South African brand that has been a huge part of her childhood. Now selected as one of the artists in the top 15, Mwanyama shares that this is an exciting opportunity that makes her feel seen.
Here, we list some of or favourite collaborations from the first half of the year.