The Pillow Fluffer is a multifaceted design studio that prides itself in exploring the many dimensions of Interior Design, Architecture, arts and crafts.
Author: Suwi Kabwe
For this week’s feature of ‘Weekly Drops’, we’ve put together a list made up of up-and-coming artist and a few big names in the industry who released new music over the past two weeks.
Part two of Mabaso’s auction will take place on Tuesday, 8 September. Artists featured include Ulriche Janjtes, Thembeka Heidi Sincuba, Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose, Kamyar Binesh, and Malwande Mthethwa.
We partnered up with culture editor, trend strategist and academic, Binwe Adebayo to curate an Instagram Auction to close off our Creative Women Month campaign.
Featured artists include: Maxime Manga, Nkuli Mlangeni, Mbali Tshabalala, L’MAD Collection x Marlene Steyn, Motlhoki Nono, Jana Hamman, Adejoke Tugbiyele, Puleng Mongale, Maja Maljevic and Banele Khoza.
To close off Creative Women Month, we partnered up with Visser for our annual IG Auction, where she will curate a culinary experience for our audience. We spoke to her about the experience ahead of the date.
Join this panel with VMLY&R’s Jacqui Maroun, a veteran with over 20 years experience in the CX world, along with Geramri Steenkamp, Sarah Blake, Tracy Frayne, and Ayanda Ndaba.
Her approach to curatorship is to work towards achieving decolonized archives and spaces for knowledge production.
Theron’s Masterclass, taking place on Monday, 24 August, will take us through the photographer’s career journey, the art of beautiful lighting, simple composition and her unique talent of focusing on the subject at hand, as well as mastering the skill of creating depth within an image.
For our webinar themed Activism & Social Change in the Creative Industry, we bring together three incredible women who aim to foster change through their craft.
In the previous statistical year, records show that 2 771 womxn were killed in South Africa. This high number lead to Bester questioning how long it will to acknowledge each of these womxn as a person and not just a number.
Joburg-based digital artist Phila Hillie is a notable creative on the rise – her striking creations landed her a spot on this year’s Young Creators’ Network top 15 list.
Amongst the list of talented creators selected to take part in Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network is Johannesburg-based illustrator, Keamogetswe Sediane – a recent University of Johannesburg graduate with a degree in Multimedia and an Honours Degree in Design specializing in UX Design.
For Pietermaritzburg-based visual artist Larissa Mwanyama, entering this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition meant associating herself with a popular South African brand that has been a huge part of her childhood. Now selected as one of the artists in the top 15, Mwanyama shares that this is an exciting opportunity that makes her feel seen.
Born and raised in Soweto, Matsolo’s childhood and upbringing played a major role in his creative career. In grade four, he developed a love for drawing cartoon characters; a love inspired by cartoon artist, Zapiro.