Pano Ladas is a guitarist and film photographer.
Author: Aryn Guiney
The creators of Retro Retro Magazine recently completed the Third Issue of the publication for readers and their audience of vintage fashion followers. One of the editors of Retro Retro Magazine, Zuko Cele, describes it as: “a two-part publication that illustrates the spirit of our age. Part 1 is titled […]
Ofentse Aobakwe is one of the country’s growing number of female illustrators. We spoke to the emerging artist and future shaper about her thoughts on creativity and her journey in choosing her craft.
Oye Diran is a fashion and Fine Art photographer with an eye for capturing and evoking raw emotion.
In our new series ‘Home Base’ we look at how creatives are making homes. We’re covering everything from buying a house, all the way through to how to make a house a home. This series is brought to you by Rent2Buy: Rent2Buy helps people get bonds and enter the property […]
Loyiso Mkize is one of South Africa’s best-known graphic novel and comic book illustrators. He turns to portrait painting for creative expression.
Zoo Lake recently released their debut album, ZONK. They describe themselves as a “psychedelic-tinged noise rock” band.
Aadil shows his versatility with two new TVCs for Kia.
An exhibition of beloved t-shirts by Limited Edish. Friday, 5 April 2019 from 18:00-21:00 limited_edish
Corrigall & Co’s new landmark art report identifies 50 artists consistently valued by Africa’s tastemakers.
Lonely Cowboy, the short fashion film, goes public on Tuesday 26 March 2019.Made in South Africa in January 2019, with themes of gender fluidity, a love triangle, and a Cowboy Genre, the film features local designer Blünke’s debut range.
In conversation with digital artist Lethabo Huma who details the principal theme in her work as being expressive portraiture fused with stars, formed lines and soft background colours.
Informed by her research into emerging printmaking collectives, Roxy Kaczmarek sees her own work parallel to theirs investigating identity with the context of Johannesburg.
Territorios is the first iteration of Izwe: plant praxis, a multipart exhibition series curated by MADEYOULOOK for the Goethe-Institut Gallery space.
The Wits Art Museum presents the new Jack Ginsberg Centre for Book Arts. Artist’s books are artworks in the form of books rather than books about art. Art collector and philanthropist Jack Ginsberg began collecting in this field in the early 1970’s, almost from the inception of this contemporary art […]