Having graduated with an Honours in Communication Design, Nontokozo Tshabalala is determined to restructure the local design industry. See her work here.
Author: Dave Mann
The illustrator first began drawing at the age of nine, but it was the Cape Town nightlife scene that saw him find his style.
With his self-confessed ‘video game nostalgia’, Tristan Chesselet makes work that’s both engaging and informative. Read our interview with the graduate here.
Never one to dwell on the same style or aesthetic for long, Lungile’s work declares itself in a number of different forms, but always with the same goal.
Splitting her work up into equal parts conceptual and experimental is what the artist says gives her the drive to keep creating new projects.
The artist just dropped an exclusive promo mix ahead of her gig at next year’s CTEMF. Read our interview with K-$ about being a brown, queer, non-binary artist in SA.
It’s been a year since we first saw The Honey take to the internet. This Saturday sees a celebration of all that Honey and Gavini have achieved since then.
November, it seems, was the month of albums and EPs. Give them a listen along with some brand new singles, mixes and music vids in the latest Have You Heard?
See winding roads, daily commutes and mountainous heights through the quiet and considered lens of Cape Town-based photographer Tauriq Dolley.
Short-sleeved cotton shirts, light-weight linen kimonos and lavish Cape Town suburbs characterise Sol-Sol’s latest lookbook.
The best instrumental tracks spanning a lengthy portion of the country’s musical history.
Coming in at six ambient and richly layered tracks, ‘A Temporary Escape’ is the artist’s debut EP as FRNGE and is a decidedly personal one at that.
For Mandy Coppes-Martin, art is a useful and necessary tool when it comes to engaging with issues of sustainability and humankind’s relationship with nature.
See beachfronts, rickshaws and hillsides in these picturesque snapshots of Durban.
An exhibition in collaboration with Hennessy Cognac, ‘Beyond the Covers’ sees the renowned hip hop photographer open up about his most iconic shoots.