Starry 80’s-Inspired Shoot Read through this beautiful write-up on Luke Nelson, a South African photographer, where he takes us through his background, inspirations and future aspirations. About Luke Nelson Luke Nelson is a Cape Town-based photographer and filmmaker. He recently shot a starry 80’s inspired campaign for Cape Town-based brand, […]
Photographer, Alessandra Griffin on her surreal and dreamy style of photography.
Shot and edited by David Motsomotso, the Layered Long Lines explores statements of beauty and self worth.
Cape Town filmmaker and Photographer, Simon Ker-Fox Taylor, explores the idea of a world where salt becoming the dominant element over water.
Director Joshua Rowe talks about the creation of Vuka Songezo, a short video that tells Songezo’ true life story of loss, hope and triumph.
Shot by Emmanuel Mvubu, this photo series is dedicated to women, radical self-love, good skin, good hair and just an all-round healthy lifestyle.
A passion for photography and the power of visual storytelling Thembela Ngayi aka “Nymless”, is a portrait photographer and the founder of Organized Crime, a collective space for creatives. His aim for this is to provide a showcase for African stories and a platform for artistic exploration. Themba also […]
A self-proclaimed “half child, half ancient”, Amy Braaf is a qualified filmmaker whose passion for visual documentary spills over into her love of photography. Travelling through Asia with only a backpack and her camera, she has documented the sights and experiences of her explorations in countries such as Vietnam, Japan […]
As a tribute to his late uncle, Katlego Edgar Magano turned a poem into a beautiful floral fashion photo series with the help of Kevin Radebe.
In the new 2Bop Slang lookbook, founder and director of clothing brand 2Bop, Anthony Smith says simplicity and minimalism are the core pillars on which this lookbook is created. The nighties game Snake inspired collection marks the turn of a creative period with the arrival of a new creative director. […]
Umlindelo wamaKholwa which refers to an all-night prayer vigil is photographer, Sabelo Mlangeni’s latest photography exhibition at the Wits Art Museum. It explores belonging and identity in one of Southern Africa’s largest religious groups, the Zionist church which is believed to have up to15 million members. Being a member of […]
Keith Virgo grew up in a Christian family, but does not relate to it on a personal level. This photo series is an exploration of how external religious influence affected him personally.
Koketso Tube recently moved from Joburg to Rustenburg, and the culture shock he experienced inspired him to collaborate with Kgothatso, a local youth, on a series exploring identity in the face of adversity.
Amy Zama and Don Zondo form DNA Styling Agency, a creative outlet dedicated to creating work with other young artists and collaborators. eDolobheni is a colour and texture rich story which looks at life in inner city Joburg.
Niamh Walsh-Vorster explores how religion has influenced her family and her relationships through a photo series and audio-visual project.