Here, we list some of or favourite collaborations from the first half of the year.
Andrea proposed and led a concept where him and the Lumes photographed a selection of models all on the same day, with the same styling and grooming. Showcasing some of SA’s best fashion talent – Rich Mnisi, Thebe Magugu, and Viviers.
Lethabo Huma is a 22-year-old digital artist based in Pretoria. She has been selected to be part of Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network top 15.
The Pietermaritzburg-based illustrator was selected from over 600 creatives from across the country who submitted their best work to take part in this year’s Young Creators’ Network competition.
Carolyn Tyler is a 23 year old Cape Town based fine artist and designer. She is one of the 15 artists that have been shortlisted for Yogi Sip’s Young Creators’ Network.
This was the Luminaries’ first shoot back in the studio since the lockdown in March.
With the new packaging, the brand wanted to celebrate South Africa’s young talent and fuel the creativity of young creatives across the country.
As an extension of the initial Unity Campaign, The Peace Campaign initiative calls on two artists from the African continent – with contrasting aesthetics, tones, and processes – to engage and co-create a 6th sneaker that forms part of the range.
Anchorlight, an American film production company collaborated with a Lagos, Nigeria-based video production company SPS Media Nigeria, to produce a documentary that highlights Lifebank, a key player in the Nigerian health sector that is helping to reduce incidents of maternal deaths through technology and fast motorcycles.
The Yogi Sip Young Creators’ Network campaign is calling on creatives, illustrators and digital designers to submit their new or existing.
These collaborations were recorded at the various artists’ home studios and have culminated in the Red Bull Made In 72 Hours EP.
In honour of Africa Month, Between 10and5 will be hosting and curating a week-long Instagram Auction, in collaboration with Business and Arts South Africa, NPC (BASA).
Ntloko developed his passion and interest for art and illustration as a result of his roots in the Eastern Cape.
Aimed to inspire the youth and fuel their creativity and dreams, the brand partnered with renowned designer, David Tshabalala popularly known as Slaying Goliath on the campaign.
For our second webinar this year, we joined forces with Lampost Productions to find out how their photographers have used this time to boost sanity through their passion projects.