Her work explores themes relating to self-discovery and is centered around women – particularly black women.
Laetitia Piers from Cape Town sells hair and skin products that are formulated for Africans by Africans.
Fashion blogger and avid traveler Zeus Feni flew to the United States of America for New York Fashion Week where he got some behind the scene snaps of Maxhosa’s Collection Kings & Queens.
Before you rush off to Spain to throw tomatoes at strangers at La Tomatina festival, you first need to check out these seven rad African Festivals.
Styling your hair can be time-consuming and expensive but thanks to Instagram – a treasure trove of hair-themed accounts, it will never be boring.
Various events happen across the country during this month. In the most recent years, we have seen more brands getting involved and commemorating South Arica’s beautiful heritage.
He makes use of the low angle perspective to convey a sense of monumentality to his figures. To add more depth to his work, he creates a narrative to link it to literature, history and poetry.
Cape Town-based Cinga Samson’s fourth exhibition at Blank Projects is running until July 27.
Tsoku Maela’s new body of work, Book of Maskuline, explores the effects of a manufactured, toxic masculine culture and religion, both in mind and spirit, and how this has broken down the pillar of love and upheld violence all in the name of the “Father”.
The team at the design studio creates internal projects and teams up with artists on a variety of exciting projects merging art and technology
An interview with Roberta Annan at the Conde Nast International Luxury Conference where she explored the growth and development of creativity in Africa, as a speaker in one of the discussions.
Hanneli Rupert spoke to us about her passions, projects and processes as an African design entrepreneur and collaborator.
Romeo Malepe has founded the Rebranding Sharpeville collective to empower the community psychologically. and to breathe new financial and cultural life into the historic township.
Kevin Mackintosh is a South African photographer who now works and lives internationally. We managed to catch up with him on a recent trip home where he spoke about some of his projects, both past and present.
Take a look at some of Africa’s finest creatives that are celebrating their cultures and roots.