Growing more aware of the fashion industry’s harmful effects on the environment, fashion brands are evolving and have started producing clothes using environmentally friendly materials. Here, we look at some South African fashion brands that are promoting environmental sustainability.
Rocking the Daisies attendees pulled out their best festival lewks and brought some heat to this year’s event. Here are some of the cool fits we spotted on IG.
Styling your hair can be time-consuming and expensive but thanks to Instagram – a treasure trove of hair-themed accounts, it will never be boring.
Various events happen across the country during this month. In the most recent years, we have seen more brands getting involved and commemorating South Arica’s beautiful heritage.
As we count down the days to the opening of this year’s Venice Biennale on 11 May, these are the African artists we’re looking forward to seeing this year in the floating city.
Corrigall & Co’s new landmark art report identifies 50 artists consistently valued by Africa’s tastemakers.
Last year saw many collaborations between artists and across varying mediums. We look back at some of these highlights from 2018.
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 […]
Fashion and documentary photographer, Obakeng Molepe, is creating art that gives a new definition to the ideals of beauty.
Instagram is still very much about posting eye-catching images but this popular social media platform is fast becoming one of the best places to shop for new, preloved and vintage fashion.
Madeleine Bazil is a storyteller based in South Africa who is studying toward an MA Documentary Arts at the University of Cape Town.
We take a look at 5 of the best Instagram posts from talented Ugandan born, Kenya-based photographer Sarah Waiswa.
Afrofuturism addresses themes and concerns of the African diaspora through a figurative science fiction and techno-cultural framework. It has come to be a powerful movement in the art world, we take a look at 6 of the best Afrofuturism artists to keep an eye on.
Alexis Christodoulou is a Cape Town-based 3D artist who creates one of a kind rendered art. His work focuses on imaginary architecture. We looked at some of the artist’s best pieces on Instagram and collated a list of five best pieces. The list is in no particular order and is […]
We take a look at Adeolu Osibodu’s top Instagram posts. The Nigerian photographer and photo artist has a distinctly African style that seems to reflect his experiences. Our list is not a definitive claim of the 5 best images from Osibodu but rather five of the best images that reveal […]