Kgomotso Neto Tleane is a dynamic Johannesburg photographer with the moldings of rural life and trimmings of fast-paced city living. Born and raised in Ga-Maja, Limpopo, Neto creates imagery that effortlessly reflects both the grime and glory of the city he resides in, Jozi Maboneng.
Up and coming photographer Courtney Rabbit is this month’s #Canonx10and5 winner. The Cape Town-based artist is a full-time student at the ORMS Cape Town School of Photography. We chat to her following the captivating image she submitted for our photography competition. Rabbit’s image shows a group of distressed women holding placards […]
The project, titled Born In America explores the ways in which the American clothing brand has influenced his aesthetic as a young South African.
Our Canon Creator Club’s competition is back and this time, it promises to be bigger, and better than before.
As a designer, he has gained experience in multimedia, marketing and print design.
Nicole Samuels presents her latest body of work ‘To Be a Woman in South Africa Today – A Fictional Photo Story of Homage’.
Gemma Mary Shepherd is a Cape Town-based photographer and creative director who has had an eye for photography since her high school and university days.
Selected from the group of artists exhibiting at the 2019 UNDERLINE show, Kgomotso has collaborated with Devil’s Peak to create a limited edition beer can featuring his work.
Once a year, the sleepy town of Ghanzi in Botswana comes to life for The Overthurst Winter Metal Mania Festival. Hundreds of fans from across the continent gather at the Ghanzi Community Hall to witness the spectacular three-day festival.
The programme will give one young female-identifying artist the platform to enter the design space by providing them access to facilities that will help them develop a body of work to be exhibited in February 2020.
We chat to our August winner, Giancarlo LaGuerta about film making, visual arts and photography.
Of Soul and Joy’s Photo Fest takes place on the 14th of September at Buhlebuzile Secondary in Thokoza.
‘14 Minutes in Addis Ababa’ was shot at dawn on an overnight layover in Ethiopia while flying from Mombasa to Cape Town.
In essence, the role of photography in society is to capture memories, but like any other form of art, photography is meant to make you feel something. Thus, photographers carry the responsibility of being able to narrate a story through the medium.
Photographer, illustrator and film-maker, Lauren Mulligan recently put together a rather interesting project where she sets little doodle challenges for herself using day-to-day objects such as match sticks, fruits, shoes and coloured paper.