While Cronje enjoys experimenting with a variety of mediums, most of her illustration work is rendered digitally.
Author: Suwi Kabwe
With her latest project titled ‘Cover Girls’, illustrator, animator and graphic designer, Khanyisa Klaas aims to challenge societal norms of beauty.
We have listed a few do’s and don’ts of working from home during this period.
We take a look at some of our favourite Esther Mahlangu collaborations.
Tshabalala uses black skin tones on her figures as a tool to emphasise the blackness of the figure and in turn, make the figure stand out while either contrasting or matching with the different backgrounds.
We look at five of Mbewe’s personal favourite creations as well as the story behind each piece.
Jared Leite is a Cape Town-based printmaker whose work primarily deals with cultural identity.
We list five local art & design events that have been called off due to the Corona Virus Outbreak.
The digital creator is a freelance illustrator and founder of 99perspective, a graphic design and illustration studio focusing on visual communication and multimedia.
Naude uses her creative platform to transform and shape society’s perspectives on LGBTQ+ issues and women’s rights.
Her illustrations are her way of expressing her creativity and escaping the advertising restrictions that force her to create work filled with ulterior motives.
Morgane designs for young fashion-forward creatives stuck between adulthood and the frenzy of adolescence.
The brunch was hosted in collaboration with 50-year old brand, Brentwood, in celebration of the brand’s heritage, it’s style and how it is passed on.
In a post shared on Instagram, illustrator and street artist, Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane shared an exciting new collaboration with online streaming giant, Netflix and Strong Black Lead.
Karim’s passion and talent have led her to internationally renowned creative agency; Ogilvy Cape Town, where she is currently employed as a junior Art Director.