Gert Rautenbach is an Afrikaans blogger and artist who has taken a foray into pencil art. His concept is simple – he creates simple pencil sketches of everyday objects and experiences. This Cape Town-based artist’s simplistic sketches purvey an unimposing emotional experience. Through the minor colouring combined with simple line sketches, […]
The annual Street Food Festival is returning for the 5th time to celebrate street food in all of its glory. From custodians of South African street food culture, to those who have settled here bringing tastes of home with them, or even food trucks making foods inspired by the streets […]
Bad Paper, founded in 2016, creates a space for artists where their work can reach its full potential through publications or specific editions. Founders, Ben Johnson (book/graphic designer) and Rodan Kane Hart (visual artist), created Bad Paper to provide an alternative to the gallery system by using multiples as a form […]
Episode 2 of the Nguni Villas Mic Sessions The Nguni Villas Mic Sessions were established in May 2018 and are for all artists needing a platform, hoping to gain exposure. The project is currently based in Cape Town and serves to explore the city’s abundance of undiscovered talents – from […]
500 creative minds, 14 agencies, An Open Source Office Space for Publicis Groupe Publicis Groupe’s fourteen Cape-based agencies have chosen the East City Precinct as their new home. The agencies and the nearly 500 creative souls that staff them are migrating under one roof with the aim of encouraging collaboration […]
International LIVE ART Festival Returns Save the Date for Africa’s Greatest Performance Art Platform The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) announced the dates for the international LIVE ART Festival showcasing a gathering of some of the most influential artists from across the continent and around the world. Get ready for […]
In a candid interview, former Fruit and Veggies lead Purity Zinhle Mkhize talks about her solo project ‘Pure’ and latest music video.
Ruffled textures, vibrant tones and all the fun in the world! Fedisa graduate Liz Valentina chats to us about her debut collection.
Creative studio Studio Muti, illustrator Lize-Marie Dreyer and production company Bewilder TV breath new life into elementary school students’ drawings.
Emerging Cape Town-based photographer Cate Rochat shares and talks creating a nostalgic film catalogue.
On the day the new museum is open free to the public, a few art students from Stellenbosch University attend and give their opinion on the space.
Two streetwear labels have recently collaborated on a range that pays homage to the fictional character Max Cherry in cult movie ‘Jackie Brown’.
Photographer Jesse Navarre Vos takes intimate, provoking pictures. We chat to the artist who shares some of his favourite works.
Lidudumalingani Mqombothi, Catherine Rudolph and four other homegrown artists share odes to the city of Cape Town.
Helen Wells and Roxy Caroline of Hyroine – pronounced ‘heroine’ – talk playing naked in Berlin, locking themselves in the studio and attempt to describe their sound.