Sheelongo’s creative journey began when she was a film student. Since then, she has worked on various projects as either D.O.P or creative director.
Casual Sex (CSLSX) concerns itself with representing artists in the underground scene. They do this through their unique, documentary-style short videos – which reflects their style as a three-person conglomerate. During a sit down with 10and5, they shared that people watch interviews to understand and relate to artists as people; […]
With two Super Bowl adverts under his belt, the world is his oyster.
Originally from a small town in the Eastern Cape called eGcuwa, Yamkela moved to Cape Town to pursue her studies. She vividly recalls her love for designing dating back to when she was only 13 years old – this is around the same time she made a bag from her mom’s bra.
Remaining fairly mysterious to their audience, AKUA answered 10 questions to give us a better insight into their practice.
Lauren Opia is a Johannesburg based artist who expresses ideas of visibility in urban areas through graffiti and illustration.
Afrogrunge is now a clothing brand that is inspired by people of colour who venture into aesthetics or subcultures that aren’t necessarily associated with their culture or blackness.
Elaine, a Pretoria-based 20-year-old singer-songwriter, quickly grew to fame after the release of her debut album ‘Elements’ which topped charts weeks after its release.
The two musicians, who make up Darkie Fiction are first-time parents and with three weeks to go until their performance at Afropunk, things are quite hectic.
Zach Louw shares the story of how being an identical twin led him to pursue a career in photography.
Gina Jeans will be performing at Afropunk Joburg this December.
To conduct the first-ever gender diversity survey in South Africa’s advertising and marketing sector, SheSays Cape Town partnered with Kantar, the world’s leading data, insights and consulting company.
Years after launching Zkhiphani, Mathobela began experimenting with DJing and soon went from Andile Mathobela, journalist and co-founder of Zkhiphani, to DJ The Journalist.
Mfabe is part of Design Indaba’s Emerging Creative Class of 2019 as well as the 100% Design South Africa Young Gauteng 2018. He has exhibited at Design Indaba 2019, National Arts Festival’s Giving Poetry Wings 2018 and will soon be exhibiting internationally at Colorado Mesa University with Co|show on the 6th of December, 2019.
Her constant documentation of her life on social media has allowed her to work with cool brands such as H&M, Adidas, and Poca Rabanne to name a few. As of late, we’ve seen much more than what she usually posts on social media.