Hannerie Visser and her team collaborate with creatives and chefs to bring together food, people and brands through curated experiences so unique that they simply can not be translated into words or pictures.
Author: Melissa van Rooyen
The Young Galleries category at the FNB JoburgArtFair strikes the important balance between established and emerging galleries to ensure a noteworthy event that isn’t predictable or repetitive.
Ahead of the Street Food Festival in Cape Town on Sunday, we’ve put together a list of tasty (but inedible) creations by local creatives. Feast your eyes on embroidered fruit, illustrated breakfast and clay interpretations of bagels.
Founded by Jozelle du Plessis in 2013, Party Bunch & Co is a Cape Town based design studio that creates bright and fun stationery to get you in the mood for a party.
‘Ayanda’ is a film about a young South African woman who has a knack for revamping things. Emphasising her bravery, intelligence and determination, this film is a fresh and necessary perspective on femininity in modern day Africa.
Felix Laband just dropped his new album titled ‘Deaf Safari’. Have a listen while scrolling through cover art by Ben Johnson and never-before-seen collages by Felix.
Ninjabreadboy’s most recent body of work titled ‘Late Harvest’ comments on the absurdity and severity of alcohol dependence in South African farming communities, specifically in the Western Cape.
It’s First Thursdays in Johannesburg tonight and if you don’t come out you’ll miss out on Jason Larkin’s new book launch, Kalashnikovv Gallery’s group show with the next wave of artists, and a show at Constitution Hill titled ‘The So Called Emerging Black Artist’. Follow this guide to all the good stops.
Tonight’s First Thursdays Cape Town line-up includes a solo show by Lady Skollie, the launch of MASS IS ART, a printmaking show with new work by 32 artists, and much much more. Here’s our guide of what to see and do, good luck out there!
The Nando’s Central Kitchen is a bright and dynamic, multifunctional space with a uniquely South African urban feel, furnished and decorated with work by over 50 local artists and furniture designers.
Artist Mitchell Gilbert Messina’s work reflects the world around him in a playful way. Using his sharp sense of humour and keen eye for irony, he has honed the craft of using minimal effort to create art that’s as fun as it is clever.
Property development project Blok has swopped catalogues for lifestyle magazines, and is selling apartments by highlighting the neighbourhoods they’re in.
The brand new music video for Youngsta’s first single, ‘Salutas’ – a bow to Cape Town’s unique and authentic street culture.
Local womenswear label Fortune just released their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection titled GATTACA which takes inspiration from the futuristic plot and nod to 1940s styling in the 1997 film of the same name.
Cheerful, energetic illustrations by Daniel Ting Chong have been translated into massive glass murals at the new Nike Sandton stores.