The 25-year-old’s work is centred on feminism, masculinity and nostalgia. She hopes to evoke the qualities of childlikeness and innocence in the garments she creates.
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.
‘14 Minutes in Addis Ababa’ was shot at dawn on an overnight layover in Ethiopia while flying from Mombasa to Cape Town.
The UNDERLINE show is a new annual exhibition and curatorial platform dedicated to supporting independent voices in contemporary art.
Mr Yeo can best be described as the alter ego of Tyler Yeo, the multi-talented creative who lists brand design amongst his many crafts.
Sean Koch has just dropped his latest single “Your Mind Is A Picture”, taken from his recently released debut album with the same title.
Frans Borman is an audiovisual storyteller who enjoys the challenge of unusual narratives as a director and editor, creating commercials, music videos, corporate videos, documentary films, day-in-the-life-of videos.
Nicole Dalton is the founder of GhostGoods who makes accessories and homeware for a global community of fans.
Illustrating under the moniker Slaying Goliath and co-founder of branding studio Suketchi, David Tshabalala works within the global village.
Cape Town’s maverick milliner The Real Crystal Birch has her sights set on the international headspace.
Through his photography career and as a member of creative collective The Sartists, Andile Buka is picturing South Africa for the world to see.
Amor Coetzee is the founder of Dayfeels making artwork, ceramics and slow fashion in Cape Town for the world.
‘Diary of a Broken Kid…’ is the debut album from artist Vitu and produced independently by VituXArcade. Released on the 8th of August, the 13-track album is available across all digital platforms.
Li Joshua, aka Xylon, seeks to explore the darker aspects of mainstream fashion. His evocative works are a reflection of his own inner tensions. He explains the world inside his head for us and how this translates into his ‘dark’ style of photography.
Hanneli Rupert spoke to us about her passions, projects and processes as an African design entrepreneur and collaborator.