He recently shot a photo series called ‘Not Your Average Sole’ which explores old folk, fashion, and sneaker culture.
This was the Luminaries’ first shoot back in the studio since the lockdown in March.
The trend has since been regarded as a way for black creators to show their work, culture, and to claim their place in globally recognized publications and spaces.
Using her multi-cultural and transcontinental experiences as a queer Black woman based in Boston, kyle’s work is an autobiographical reflection of both society and the self.
With our world turned upside down, Lampost photographer Tatenda Chidora has found himself seeing familiar scenes with a new perspective.
Through her work Ssanyu Sematimba aims to add and strengthen the African aesthetic to Eurocentric artwork that dominates the international design industry.
Lampost Productions’ non-profit mentorship programme, Lampost Luminaries, recently embarked on a new lockdown photography challenge.
Thando Phenyane, affectionately known as ‘mboma’, considers himself as a multi-disciplinarian, dabbling in illustration, architectural graphics and architectural photography.
Each of the portraits showcase a colourful print, which reveals the underlying human emotions that are tied in with a person’s life
This project by photographer, Sipho Allen Zwane aims to revive memories of all the Queens that once ruled, and those who continue to rule in this era.
Tsele unveils work that captures black and brown women in their most innocent setting.
Lampost Photographer, Warren van Rensburg, lets us peek into his everyday life under lockdown with his wife Sanche and their sons, Ewan and Noah.
Against the backdrop of the global COVID-19 pandemic and the South African national lockdown, the Lampost Luminaries were challenged to respond creatively to the present moment and turn inwards to find inspiration in self-isolation.
OLEBILE (He is Watching) is a project created with the intention of addressing the unnoticed aspects within society.
the issue with the ideology of a fixed gender binary that is forced down our throat from the moment we encounter society – it sticks.