Locally bred illustrator Skullboy from Durban, and RVCA ANP Artist, Tokyo-Go-Go launched the Home Sweet Homies exhibition at Gallery 415 in Durban last Thursday, and from the looks of it, it was it was one hell of a show down.
We chatted to Jamal Nxedlana of Cuss our new favourite online zine/lookbook/publication. He told us a little about where he’s been and where Cuss is going.
OhSoPlush is a collection of left-of-field plush dolls Lanel Janse van Vuuren creates to pass time. Each oddball member of this cast is painstakingly hand crafted from various materials, mostly felt.
The Original is going to be a free online book showcasing trends in art from across the African continent. And they want you to be a part of it.
Invisible Cities is a year-long music and arts festival in the form of 12 once-off monthly events set in the empty buildings soon to be part of Johannesburg’s Maboneng arts precinct.
Marelise Jacobs is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from Pretoria. She completed a two-year diploma at The Open Window School of Visual Communication, after which she started her career as a graphic designer.
Every Thursday during the month of May Grayscale Store & Gallery are running Overhead Sketch Battles in Joburg.
For the first time on the continent of Africa, new photographic works will be exhibited by Zwelethu Mthethwa, one of South Africa’s most influential contemporary artists.
The director of the University Museum, Stellenbosch, cordially invites you to LENS: a group exhibition at the SASOL ART MUSEUM, 52 Ryneveld street and BOS: Constructed images and the memory of the South African “Bush war” by Christo Doherty at THE US ART GALLERY. The opening event for LENS and […]
Caroline Vos started out by studying graphic design, but swiftly moved into the world of illustration, where she found herself to be much more at home: “In the early days I started out chalk-boarding and graduated to Album art shortly thereafter. In the 90’s we were all a little Jason […]
One small seed, SA’s pop culture quarterly, is always looking for new ways to involve their dedicated network members. Since May 2010 they’ve run the Selected Creatives competition that lets network members vote for their favourite creatives to be published in the magazine.
RVCA are launching The RVCA Artist Network Program, commonly referred to as the ANP, as an ongoing program which aims to showcase the talent of accomplished & unknown artists who inspire our generation and push the boundaries of creativity; providing something of substance and culture.
Johannesburg-dwelling aesthetes, a must attend exhibition is launching tomorrow eve at the Rooke Gallery.
Featured on 10and5 before, Dav Andrew is a locally based freelance illustrator, cartoonist and urban artist who is making some waves in the local and international scene with his caricature creations, and he wants to let you know that they are up for sale.
Well known and respected street artist Ricky Lee Gordon who goes by the alias Freddy Sam, recently created some amazing murals of his work colleagues, Zuma and Willard in the Woodstock district.