Nubia Silver has turned her eye for detail and immense creativity into a full-time business. Using quirky colours, styling and a high fashion approach to beauty, her brands Nubia Silver Hair and Nubia Silver Beauty have put her on the map as one the most forward-thinking and sought after hair and makeup artists in South Africa.
Author: Binwe Adebayo
From navigating the world of shares and investments to finding the right financial approach for your new business, put in your earphones, kick back and learn something new today. Here’s our list of top 5 podcasts we reckon creative entrepreneurs should listen to.
We’ve all been there before. You’re sitting with a group of your 9 to 5 friends, and the topic at hand is about savings and investments. The conversation turns to you and unfortunately, you’re stuck with a mouth full of teeth.
There are better and healthier ways of working as a freelancer. Fundamentally, they require a shift in the minds of creatives to get clients on board.
Khanyi Dube, blends his love for music, South African iconography and fashion through his clothing label and sound academy Trendscend (TRSND).
It is important to note that not all funding is created equally. Which is not to say that some options are necessarily better, but it’s important to read the fine print.
From breaking global boundaries, to championing social issues, some of South Africa’s best-loved creatives used the last 12 months to craft unique and special offerings to their communities and consumers, and taught us a few lessons about how to rethink our own approaches to business and creativity.
Part of a Masters of Fine Art exhibition, Callan Grecia’s ‘These Aesthetics are not New’ seeks to interrogate the relationship between IRL and URL and how our ways of seeing are ingrained in thousands of years of visual literacy.