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[NOTHING] Is a creative collective that came about as the brain child of local brands OHYESLORD and The UNICONZ. The collective was responsible for styling the Coreocreatives dancers that performed at Castle Lite’s Chance the Rapper concert. This lookbook, in collaboration with BOSSE women’s wear, was inspired by the fits […]
Gerald Okereafor and Madie Akingbade team up to present Tulip Brown, a photoseries exploring unusually beautiful colour combinations.
Samuel Napper is a London-based photographer who started off working in advertising. After almost a decade working as a producer, Samuel left the advertising industry to pursue a career later – and never looked back. The Wait is a photo series which looks at emergency response personal in their down time. […]
WHATIFTHEWORLD presents Rowan Smith’s new exhibition which aims to reclassify whiteness away from its status as the ‘norm’.
Tshepiso Mabula looks at the moments in between at the big events from the last 3 years, capturing the faces in the crowd.
Sindiso Nyoni’s art is inspired by social change and the history of resistance. Inspired by struggle posters and revolutionary leaders, Sindiso believes in making work that is socially conscious and responsible.
South Africa is known for having some of the best adverts in the world (watch a movie in theatre in London and the adverts will prove this to you), and with amazing ads come amazing directors. The film and advertising world is an industry that, like many others, is trying […]
Out the Closet Clothing has collaborated with artists and activists Wes and Boni of the This is What Makes us Girls* zine for their new lookbook, An Ode to Boyhood and Being in love. The lookbook was shot by Lauren Brits, the owner of Out the Closet clothing. Wes penned […]
Shima is a Joburg-based guitarist and vocalist and film-maker who makes relaxing but interesting and engaging music.
Aewon Wolf is part of a new music collective, Future Africa, which takes influence from traditional African music and sounds, reinterpreting them in a way that is modern and relevant.
The Queer and Curious Book Club brings together literature lovers with a focus on queer African stories. The event is a safe space to connect with the literature, and with one another.
Nkcubeko Balani’s new work “Aesthetics from a heritage: Knowing through Revealing and Concealing” looks at the intersections between culture, personal identity and modern influences.
Wezile Mgibe is a Port Elizabeth-based performance artist who uses sound, visuals and movement to interrogate culture, history, exclusion and the system.
Dookoom is a cape-town based collective that is hard to pin a genre to. Their music could be called rap, afro punk, industrial hip hop, grimy trap-hop or even ‘vile gangsta shit’, but none of that quite encapsulates the band’s sound. Dookoom has become infamous for its political messages […]