Mjo has received numerous accolades for her work, in 2018, she won the award for Most Beautiful Object at Design Indaba, as well as the Nando’s Hot Young Designer Award. Early last year, she exhibited at Milan Design Week – an achievement she is most proud of.
Author: Thabang Buthelezi
Small businesses, entrepreneurs, creatives, artists, etc are already feeling the pinch of COVID-19
COVID19 recently made it’s way to the shores of South Africa, the dire situation called for an immediate response from the government which then resulted in social gatherings, festivals, and concerts being canceled.
In this latest installment of Bombay Sapphire’s ArtTender series, we get introduced to fashion designer and illustrator, Kaylin Car and bartender Jody Rahme, who mixes delicious drinks for a living. Kaylin’s career has grown tremendously over the years. Her designs can be found on magnets, t-shirts, and cups. She even […]
Matereality is an exhibition that concerns itself with how contemporary African artists are using certain materials to explore different issues.
Taking place this weekend as part of the Cape Town Art Fair VIP calendar is the Krone x WITW Artist Residency at Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh, Western Cape.
The two artists namely Nkululeko Khanyile and Seth Pimental had never worked together before and having no knowledge of what’s about to happen, they set foot in Braamfontein’s Neighbourgoods Market space with the intention of creating something that embodied both their individual styles.
This Valentines Day, he will be shining light on Queer Couples who inspire healthy and functional love. In addition, he will be looking at LGBTQI+ icons who he believes are redefining the creator landscape.
With two Super Bowl adverts under his belt, the world is his oyster.
The Soweto born photographer co-founded Afrapix in 1985, a photography collective agency that produced work that exposed the social and political conditions of black South Africans living during apartheid.
For the second installation of the series, Russell Abrahams teamed up with Peter ‘Milk B’ Lebese, popularly known as ‘Thee Gintleman’.
This is a platform made for creatives to meet and connect with like-minded individuals over a delicious meal, and a glass of wine.
Set annually on the banks of the magical Breede River, about 23km outside Swellendam in the Western Cape, Up the Creek is the second longest-running outdoor music festival in South Africa, it offers attendees an experience like no other.
Afropunk returned to Johannesburg on December 30 and 31 at Constitution Hill, Braamfontein. We saw a diverse group of individuals come together once again this year to honour the year that was and welcome the new one in true South African style. The festival made its first debut at the […]
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