Madeleine Bazil illustrates the Western Cape water crisis in her part-photojournalism, part-fine art photography series.
Kevin Radebe is a Joburg photographer on the rise. His work explores themes of black masculinity and pays homage to his surroundings, while staying true to his artistic eye.
Logo Oluwamuyiwa looks at a different side of the Nigerian city with his project and photobook Monochrome Lagos.
Julian Hess has developed a way of getting images while engaging the city and the people he photographs.
Otherness reflects on the various ways technology allows us to present and project multiple identities on multiple social platforms.
Black Chronicles IV, a highly acclaimed photo exhibition featuring ordinary and prominent black figures, opens in Joburg this week.
Bafana ‘Nkabi’ Mthembu and Tshepo Rancho team up on a beautiful set of visuals exploring Nkabi’s influences and inspiration.
The artist and scholar’s latest photo series ‘Ubukho be Ndoda’ is a striking exploration of the concept of masculinity.
Kgomotso Neto has been selected from over 2 800 photographers from around the world to attend the 2018 New York Photo Review. We profile his work, which he is selling to raise funds for the trip.
We go behind the scenes of the brand new collaborative campaign with whisky brand Scottish Leader and creative collective I See A Different You.
The Carnation – a visual photography zine by creatives Cynthia Fan and Jade Paton – has dropped its debut Japan Issue.
Joburg stylist Lindiwe Mayisela talks about creating a new visual series aimed at dismantling the notion that ‘boys don’t cry’.
A family history of love and forced separation is the inspiration behind Tamary Kudita’s stirring photography series, Maintaining Memories.
With original still life and moodboards on SA creative work, 10and5 presents a new visual series that each week represents one of four colours.
Katya Abedian’s photography series titled ‘The Light That Lives Within’ was taken during her time spent living across different parts of India.