Photographer, traveller and teacher Albert Retief documented his adventure on the China-Vietnamese boarder. He travelled hundreds of kilometres on a bike,photographing people and places of the Northern mountains.
In the documentary series, The Beach is Better, photographer SJ Stevens looks at the diversity of people that rock up to the shore of Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town.
Koketso Tube is a wedding and portrait photography who works on passion projects on the side. His latest series, The Journey, looks at the everyday lives of people and how that unites us.
This poem is a reminder of the greatness that is in all women, not that the world doesn’t know this but it often needs to be reminded. Poet Tamara Lesabe says women are underestimated and more than they are assumed to be. While the world has no problem diminishing them, this poem reiterates what we all know but don’t always acknowledge.
Lebo Mashalane’s break out creative project is a celebration of the strength and sexuality of black women. Using BDSM elements and aesthetics, I Love It When You Call Me Names is a beautiful and powerful project.
Kevin Mthethwa is a photographer and graphic-design student based in Durban, KZN. His work is colourful and striking, but still has a dreamy and ethereal feel. Check out his five fave pics.
Ruby Okoro’s photography is highly saturated and beautifully composed, and his unique and skilful edits take his photos to the next level.
Brothers Tash and Shakeel make up Cape Town-based media duo Half & Halve. The pair talks about their fave 5 images and what they like about them.
The new age creatives of After10, led by owner and executive producer Chace Geyer, are putting South Africa on the map with world class productions. The creatives, who are in their 20s, have co-produced work that has featured in VOGUE Brazil’s August travel issue.
Kgomotso Neto and Rendani Nemakhavhani are a creative duo to be reckoned with. Take a look at their ongoing collaborative project The Honey.
DEAD TOWN focuses solely on South African analogue film photography and aims to showcase the medium’s continued healthy presence.
Jesse Navarre Vos has made a selection of his photographs and has added some background to each image, giving us new insights into his craft and perspectives.
Bhumehl’s A/W 18 offering looks at the after effects of a toxic relationship, exploring the emotional journey through a creative lens.
As photographer it can be a difficult legal environment surrounding your artistic practice. Legalese takes us through a helpful guide for photographers to get paid for their work and avoid getting sued themselves.
Justin Dingwall explores the aesthetics of albinism and vitiligo through photographic essays.