The Original is going to be a free online book showcasing trends in art from across the African continent. And they want you to be a part of it.
Paul Ward recently shot the Winter Lookbook for Vamp Clothing. Here is a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot.
Michelle Viljoen, an honours graduate from AAA Cape Town featured before on 10and5, has a firm interest in photography, illustrated very nicely on her Papercitylife blog.
These politcal satire works called “PULLUPYOURSOCKS” were executed two days before Wednesday’s 2011 Municipal Elections.
Okay so I’m not a female, but if you are, I’m sure you remember those high school days when ‘getting that perfect dress’ was pretty much the most important thing in anticipation of your matric dance…right? Every year Elizabeth Galloway donates heavily to a series of causes. One of the […]
For the first time on the continent of Africa, new photographic works will be exhibited by Zwelethu Mthethwa, one of South Africa’s most influential contemporary artists.
Anton Crone, featured before on 10and5 is a professional freelance photographer who has a serious interest in Africa, which is clearly highlighted in the type of portfolio work he does, and the ‘about’ section in his blog: Bright Continent, which starts off with a quote from George Kimble – “The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it”.
Have a look at KOPE | FIGGINS photography on their just launched website.
The director of the University Museum, Stellenbosch, cordially invites you to LENS: a group exhibition at the SASOL ART MUSEUM, 52 Ryneveld street and BOS: Constructed images and the memory of the South African “Bush war” by Christo Doherty at THE US ART GALLERY. The opening event for LENS and […]
THE BIGGEST THANK YOU to everyone who made our exhibition such a success. The students from Elizabeth Galloway, the photographers, ORMS Prophoto lab for the prints, Museum Gallery for letting us use their amazing studio space, Ogilvy Cape Town for the beer and Dido wine and Instant Grass for […]
On Friday night we hosted our first fashion photography exhibition! We were beyond amazed at the turn out, thanks to all who came through. For those not in Cape Town or who just couldn’t make it to Woodstock on Friday, we’ve made a plan.
One small seed, SA’s pop culture quarterly, is always looking for new ways to involve their dedicated network members. Since May 2010 they’ve run the Selected Creatives competition that lets network members vote for their favourite creatives to be published in the magazine.
This photo series, Light Hours, was made by Johannesburg based Mack Magagane. He explains his work: My work aims to explore urban spaces in the city of Johannesburg in different neighbourhoods.
‘Guy With Camera’, otherwise known as Andrew Brauteseth is a well established local photographer who does amazing work with a camera, and he has something new to show you.
Retha Ferguson is talented when it comes to illustration (featured on 10and5 in 2009) but her photography you really need to see. Here is a small collection of her photographs and a bit about the lady behind the lens.