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.
Here, we list some of or favourite collaborations from the first half of the year.
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.
The brand has officially introduced a new way for fans and collectors to purchase their fashion-forward pieces – through their newly launched online store.
The first episode of the live-streamed show premiered on Wednesday, 15 April and featured performances by rappers Nasty C, Nomuzi ‘Moozlie’ Mabena and David Scott from The Kiffness.
See how brands have gone about changing their strategies and creative output in this era of COVID-19.
The collection will launch exclusively in Africa on Friday, 28 February at MAC Cosmetics stores. On the same day, Netflix will premiere its first original African series, ‘Queen Sono’.
Daniels recently collaborated with fashion designer Celeste Arendse of SELFI and young rapper Dee Koala to bring the Adidas Home of Classics ‘Made with care, worn without’ campaign to life.
At the beginning of this month, DOPE CBD Drinks launched in Cape Town with a bold new Direct To Consumer campaign – “Text Your DOPE Dealer”.
Paying homage to a high-tone utilitarian flair, the new campaign hosts a range of iconic pieces that are crisp in quality and comfortable in form and fit.