Andrzej Urbanski relates his art to his other obsession, MMA fighting, in this video profile by Rowan Pybus of Makhulu.
Author: Mosa Mahlaba
Woza Sisi is a photo series by Dahlia Maubane that explores the lives of street hairstylist who work in Johannesburg’s CBD.
Kamohelo Khoaripe is a South African photographer born in Daveyton and currently residing in Stockholm, Sweden, from where he gives us a glimpse into his life through youthful photos of friends, or stereotype-embracing projects.
The mysterious subject of this series by Ape Town Shenanigans is Kento Itoh, a cultural enthusiast from Tokyo, Japan who has been travelling the world for the past six years preaching hope and happiness.
For budding creatives looking to merge their craft with viable business strategies, I Create We Create presents The Business of Creativity Youth Conference.
Prisoner 46764 is a historical documentary that aims to shine light on the lesser known freedom fighter, Andrew Mokete Mlangeni, giving its viewers insight into his life, trials and tribulations, sacrifices and commitment to the democratic movement.
For his series The Rap Lyricists Posters, Mark Modimola combined his love of music and history to design lyrical hip-hop typographic posters.