Chris Moore renders Cape Town’s crazy weather in bold graphic images, using undulating lines and playful geometry.
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Shot at a gymnasium in Khayelitsha, Al Bairre’s new video for ‘Bungalow’ is all at once upbeat, strange and wonderful.
Inspired by the vivid colours and patterns of Central America, Henriette Botha’s new jewellery collection, SOUTH, balances boldness and exquisite detail.
Cult 11AD explores the parameters of fashion in a mashup of weird shapes, lines and patterns.
Working in various mediums, Jordan Sweke conveys the life and beauty inherent in both man and nature, emphasising the connection between us and our environment.
There is a palpable sense of self expressed in the young Himba men depicted in Kyle Weeks’ striking ongoing photographic series, The Ovahimba Youth Self Portraits.
The all-female collective Mahoyo comes from Stockholm to Johannesburg to find creative and cultural exchange.
Porteus Xandau creates a modernist mash up of traditional Japanese and Kenyan style, where East-Asia meets East-Africa to electric visual effect.
Brought to you by the Arts and Culture Trust and the University of Johannesburg in partnership with British Council Connect ZA, the ACT|UJ Arts & Culture Conference is an exciting programme of events and discussions around creatives making it happen.
Jared Paisley’s photography reflects the world in different perspectives while his documentary film work is an evocative and intimate depiction of real life.
SALON 58 X PICHULIK is a creative collaboration between Jackie Burger’s Salon 58 and jewellery designer Katherine-Mary Pichulik. The project is a celebration of women: their personalities, their beauty and their power.
Photographer Thandiwe Msebenzi’s compelling photographic series “OoBhuti abatsha” grapples with the evolution and reappropriation of culture and tradition in a post-colonial society.
Durban-based graphic designer Alexander Bielovich is a creative dedicated to craft above all else.
Reflections and oppositions inspire Reflété, a collaborative project shot by Kent Andreasen and produced by Julia Campbell Gillies, with styling by Ane Strydom and a video by Tao Farren-Hefer.
Neon colours, big hair, psychedelic drugs and VHS are all influences on Naomi Mulder’s recent design project we can’t help but love.