Jana (Babez) Terblanche is a performance artist and Britney Spears fanatic whose work is concerned with notions of feminism, social constructions of women and the role celebrities play in defining ideals.
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Derick van Wijk is a young creative who’s recently graduated from Vega Cape Town. His stand-out graphic design style is bold, confident and mostly monochromatic. We take a look at his stellar portfolio.
A recent Fashion Design graduate from CPUT, Julia Bass stays true to her design intentions, producing clothes that are impeccably finished with a unisex twist.
Lise-Marié Clarke, a pun-loving graphic designer from Potchefstroom, is our next Fresh Meat graduate. Expect collaged limbs and hilarious originality.
Simoné Van Der Spuy’s illustrations are innocent in the way that fairytales are; whimsical and fun but with just the right measurement of dark, toothy undertones. She refers to her illustration style as ‘realistic creep’.
Sylvan Aztok’s musical debut is accompanied by a crazy, expressive and exploratory short film made by Fly on the Wall’s Bryan Little.
A holiday campaign by King James for kulula.com featuring Siv Ngesi, Jack Parow and a remote-controlled bed.
Mama Marikana gives a voice to the women left behind after the 2012 massacre. We hear first hand from the director and producer about making the film.
Cactus Jack, a small South African tequila brand, received an awareness boost with a Jack Parow ‘Hier Kom Kak’ online comic book and digital campaign.
Wife and husband duo, Jean-Lousie and Alex Parker, have launched their Johannesburg-based band, Academie, with an eerily comforting debut single ‘Sulphur’.
Cale Waddacor has given us a sneak peek into his soon-to-be-released book, ‘Graffiti South Africa’, that’s a visual feast of hundreds of vibrant images.
We understand that South African designer goods can sometimes be a bit on the expensive side, so we’ve curated a list of 22 things under R200!
2BOP’s new ‘Litephase 02’ collection commemorates their 10th anniversary, and for it they’ve reworked and remixed their favourite pieces from the past.
Jill Slabert, aka JILJARVIS, has a mind of mystic and magic. She’s an illustrator, artist and animator, and “an observer of the details in this world”.
Angela Buckland is an established photographer from Durban who often chooses to document social issues and share individuals’ ways of life.