The trend has since been regarded as a way for black creators to show their work, culture, and to claim their place in globally recognized publications and spaces.
From insightful talks covering issues that we are currently faced with, to live performances from some of South Africa’s most favoured musicians and comedians, we’ve put together a list of upcoming online live sessions taking place over the next few days to keep you entertained and engaged.
Here are a few upcoming online live sessions taking place over the next few days to keep you busy, entertained, and engaged.
Donovan Goliath was inspired by the lockdown to create ad-like content referencing renowned fashion brands – including Levi’s, Hugo Boss, Dolce & Gabbana, Polo, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel.
With no other option but to stay at home, we have leaned towards social media for entertainment and engagement. We take a look at some upcoming online live sessions taking place over the next few days.
We list 11 South African internet-frenzy comedians that add fuel to this country’s tank.
Buildings are interesting and highly valued photographic subjects. They carry countless stories of generations of humans, along with their own.
Pamela became an instant social media star after her school teacher uploaded a video of her online.
Sultry and bold illustrator Kgabo Mametja (@iamsaintrose) shares the inspiration behind some of her favorite images.
Neo ‘Nene’ Mahlangu’s latest illustrations form an ongoing body of work that takes a look at how social media feeds our wants and needs.
Facebook groups for Creatives can be a great tool for engaging and connecting with other people in your industry. You get to be a member in a private community of people involved in the same field. Being part of the group you’re free to ask for feedback, share advice, and connect […]
From the influencer to underground deejay, here’s our take on the types of creatives you’ll find on Tinder, illustrated by Luthando Mfabe.
These are the people we’re following for their wit, beautiful work and thought-provoking content.
The PSFA has teamed up with Hellocomputer to develop ‘Social Feed’ which allows you to feed a hungry school child each time you share content on social media.
Cape Town based social printing startup Nifty250 just launched their brand spanking new website and a new printing format, photo booth-style strips.