For the second instalment of Game Changers, Mudau created a series of illustrations that depicted influencers in different creative fields to inspire and motivate the youth.
Photographer, illustrator and film-maker, Lauren Mulligan recently put together a rather interesting project where she sets little doodle challenges for herself using day-to-day objects such as match sticks, fruits, shoes and coloured paper.
Illustrating under the moniker Slaying Goliath and co-founder of branding studio Suketchi, David Tshabalala works within the global village.
Amor Coetzee is the founder of Dayfeels making artwork, ceramics and slow fashion in Cape Town for the world.
Nikki expresses that her work is usually very happy, with pretty colours and a lot of flowers. For ‘Tragic Alphabet’, she decided to step out of her comfort zone and away from her usual happy, colourful work; and focus on the death scenes of the operas.
The emerging trans artist that’s building a 3D queer world.
The artist’s latest body of work marks his growth a mere two years after finishing high school
Illustrator Lauren Fowler’s new work touches on transformation, rebirth, and spirituality.
We take a look at Tara Deacon’s ‘Return’ series and exhibition at O’Galleria in Lisbon.
Baba Tjeko, a multidisciplinary artist from the Free State, bases his work on the concept of marginalisation and the great potential that lies within people who are voiceless. Upon writing his final paper for a Advertising Design diploma, Baba discovered that Basotho mural art is a disappearing art form due […]
We take a look at Lethabo Huma’s illustrations which see takes inspiration for from various sources, emotions and ideas.
Ofentse Aobakwe is one of the country’s growing number of female illustrators. We spoke to the emerging artist and future shaper about her thoughts on creativity and her journey in choosing her craft.
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.
Loyiso Mkize is one of South Africa’s best-known graphic novel and comic book illustrators. He turns to portrait painting for creative expression.