Typically found behind his computer screen at his home office in Johannesburg, toggling multiple work stations at once while an inspiring YouTube lecture plays somewhere in the background to another backing track of old-school hip hop, Sizwe Cele does not fit any single stereotype of the “tech entrepreneur”.
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.
An interview with Roberta Annan at the Conde Nast International Luxury Conference where she explored the growth and development of creativity in Africa, as a speaker in one of the discussions.
Hanneli Rupert spoke to us about her passions, projects and processes as an African design entrepreneur and collaborator.
The South African Pavilion has opened at the Venice Biennale – We spoke with the curators Nkule Mabaso and Nomusa Makhubu to find out more about their decisions and how they went about working with space.
Kevin Mackintosh is a South African photographer who now works and lives internationally. We managed to catch up with him on a recent trip home where he spoke about some of his projects, both past and present.
Local photographer, Maisha Mamabolo, is inspired by all of the unplanned moments that life has to offer.
Boipelo Khunou has honed the skill of unmasking the faces of her subjects in a sensitive and perceptive manner. From her personal philosophy, to the most challenging aspects of her role as photographer, she shares her take with us.
Tyler Yeo might have a degree in architecture and be a design director but he also has a natural talent for taking great photos.
Exploring the history of the underground music scene that crossed borders to tell the story of those that had no political voice.
People person Khotso Tsaagane’s Instagram account is filled with images of people. But unlike high fashion portraits this Canon creative really captures the character of his subjects.
Here, in this YouTube video, you can see an exclusive interview with Franz Borman. He is a filmmaker and storyteller. In this interview, he talked about his beautiful tattoo embellished over the body.
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.
”There is an obvious and undeniable imbalance in the art world at large, and we’re seeing more and more of a critique of this in popular media.”
Mitchell Harper, a freelance art illustrator, shares his thoughts on tattoo culture and takes us through some of his pieces.