100% Design opens tomorrow at Gallagher Estate, showcasing the best contemporary design and products.
Author: Layla Leiman
Ahead of Oppikoppi 2016, we’re looking back over 22 years of Koppi artwork, right from the first festival back in 1994 to this year’s event.
With 100% Design around the corner, meet this year’s 100% Talent lineup who’ll presenting their wares for the first time at this event.
Hear from the dream team behind this racy, colour-pop lookbook.
The third 100% Design is set to take place from 5 – 9 August 2016 at Gallagher Estate. This inspiring event will once again showcase the best contemporary interior and product design from South Africa and Africa.
Rumblings in the secondary art market having given birth to a new fine art auction house, Aspire Art Auctions. We chat to the founders to find out more.
In May 2016, Thom Pierce spent eight days in Semonkong in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho, walking the footpaths between villages photographing the herdsmen (and a few women) that he met.
Your guide to what’s going down in Joburg this week.
In the last few years Cape Town based painter Mia Chaplin has gone from a graduate to a signed artist, and we’ve been watching her work the whole time.
Nhlanhla Mngadi and Andrew Curnow are the musical mavens behind the experimental multi-disciplinary platform Mushroom Hour Half Hour.
It’s First Thursdays time again and the July lineup presents a great variety of shows spread across the creative hubs of Rosebank, Braam and Maboneng.
Drawing inspiration from nature and travel, Alexa Singer’s evocative photography takes you on a gorgeously dreamy visual journey.
Look out for a lumbering but delicate beast that’s going to be interrupting and disrupting Grahamstown’s public spaces and conventional narratives to telling real and raw local stories.
What’s happening in the world of advertising globally? 5 South African ad heavy-weights report back from judging at the Cannes Lions 2016.
Matt Kay has a knack for capturing the distinct mood and nature of a place. In this photo essay excerpt, he captures some of the unusual and mundane goings on of the Durban beachfront.