With Cape Town International Jazz Festival around the corner, Phetha Motumi looks at how The Internet and musicians performing this year explore the fluidity of rhythm and sound.
Author: Phetha Motumi
“I’m photographing a diary of a youth culture that drifts across themes of sex, finance and fashion,” 2016 Elle Style Reporter Themba Mbuyisa breaks his work down for us.
Creative Kasey-Leigh Davis’s black and white photos focus on the effects of space on inhabitants of the cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.
With Good Good Good infusing their streetwear style for a capsule collection with Capetonian artist David Brits, we took a look behind the scenes of the brand’s latest SS17/18 collection for SA Menswear Week.
For the next instalment of the Iconic Still series, writer and editor Phetha Motumi speaks to the legendary Andrew Tshabangu on using black and white photography to tell the visual history of Johannesburg.
Opening up candidly about the stereotypical gaze of coloured people as well as her neighbourhood, Jodi Windvogel is changing the narrative through photographs.
For the first instalment of Iconic Still, Cedric Nunn shares how his photography can be used to uncover parts of ourselves in the quest for societal change.
Veteran DJ Ready D and producer to watch Kay Faith invite us into their studio session, where they make a beat from scratch, which you can stream, and talk intergenerational exchange.
From Zoë Modiga to Kieron Jina and more, watch five exceptional artists chat about the National Arts Festival, what’s to come and some of their wildest moments there.