Ahead of the release of her photobook on Fees Must Fall, student activist and photographer Mara Mbele talks documenting society.
As the academic year comes to a close, Alexia Roussos reflects on student movements that continue to transform the country.
From dealing with a break up to a disappointing president, Joburg creatives share their heartbreak and and turn it into great works of art.
Emerging Cape Town-based photographer Cate Rochat shares and talks creating a nostalgic film catalogue.
From Jody Brand to Lana[be], we take a look at what to see at Lagos Photo Festival, which explores the idea of photography as a gatekeeper for reality.
Emerging photographer Lubabetu Abubakar shares her brand new portrait and editorial series, and chats about her upcoming show at Lagos Photo Festival.
French photographer Maxime Michelet’s travel photographs tell a narrative of Cape Town.
With a brand new photo series and EP, Silas Miami shows why he’s coming for everything in Nairobi and Cape Town.
We chat to local creatives that use camera phones to share images with artistic value.
Sarah Hugo-Hamman moves effortlessly between the worlds of fashion and photography, producing exciting new test shoots for My Friend Ned.
From Lubabetu Abubakar capturing Nigeria’s fashion scene to Jessica Sarkodie’s picturesque shots of Ghana, meet the womxn reclaiming photography.
Photographer Jesse Navarre Vos takes intimate, provoking pictures. We chat to the artist who shares some of his favourite works.
Soweto-based artist Kgaugelo Rakgwale’s striking black and white photographs take a look at religious and cultural identities in South Africa.
Cape Town photographer Jody Brand visits artist Athi-Patra Ruga ahead of his solo exhibition, titled Queens in Exile.
Luke Doman of streetwear retailer Corner Store is getting clout for creating moving portraiture and gearing up to launch a new t-shirt range featuring his images. Read our Q&A with him.