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Author: Melissa van Rooyen
Red Sofa Café in Vredehoek has a homey, no-fuss vibe, and you could literally spend all day here.
WAIF recently launched a lookbook featuring a new range. Gisele Human designed and hand-made all the jewelry. She took the pictures too.
First Thursdays and Open Design host ‘Open Thursday’ on 29 August, a special East City edition of First Thursdays in celebration of the Open Design Festival.
Long-time friends Gareth and Charles opened Latitude 33 in January 2013. The idea was to create a space inspired by laid-back surf culture, and some of their travels.
Christopher Swift’s exhibition, titled ‘The Void: positive and negative spaces’, explores South Africa’s apartheid past, focusing on the process of liberation, and assesses the current democratic system’s successes and failures.
The LOOK group exhibition hosted by Black Koki opens tomorrow at Side Street Studios. It will feature old and new works by over 10 artists.
Tao Farren does film photography, using a 40-year old 35mm camera. He sees himself as “a photographer obsessed with how the mechanics of genuine photography and light works”.
The Handle Bar in Sea Point is a unique combination between a bicycle shop, and a café. Here they sell and fix bikes and gear, but also serve a mean cup of coffee.
CLEAR shampoo launched their unique version of the claw machine at Oppikoppi last weekend.
Mainstreetwalks and AREA3 are opening up the streets of inner city Johannesburg with free guided public art walks through the CBD.
The concept behind Field Office is simple; it serves as an office-out-of-the-office. South African product designers Pedersen + Lennard first opened the Field Office in Barrack Street to show off some of their slick furniture and smaller household items.
Nicola ‘Nix’ Davies is a conceptual artist. Her studio, Let There Be Light, is in the chirpy, upbeat Side Street Studios in Woodstock, where she collaborates and interacts with people with different backgrounds, skills and interests.
Ateljee is the Joburg based brainchild of Fred Swart, Jaco Burger and Helene Botha. Since they started in 2011, this creative trio have become known for typographic design, signage, packaging design, publication design and illustration.