Mr Fuzzy Slipperz is Lisolomzi Pikoli, an independent illustrator and artist currently based in Johannesburg who has updated his site with some really inspiring work.
Coming from a fine arts background, r1’s work ranges from sculpture to street art murals to installations; all usually found in public spaces.
Just over 2 years ago, PaintingTheTown made a call for submissions for a graffiti book they wanted to produce. Painting Cape Town: Graffiti from South Africa is the result and is ready for orders!
#TimeLine is a public showcase of the extensive personal art collection of Elad Kirshenbaum, otherwise known as OneK. We got chatting to him to find out his thoughts on street art, collecting and Woodstock.
To say thank you to South Africa for the massive response to last year’s Did You Know campaign, Chappies and Ogilvy Cape Town embarked on a week-long, two city, edible street art project that made use of tens of thousands of Chappies.
Ways of Seeing opens at /A WORD OF ART this Thursday but is a result of a month long, cross-country painting project, called ACRYLICWALLS.
This short film shows the making of Faith47’s ‘Rhapsody’, completed for the Wall Therapy mural project based in Rochester, NY.
The winner of the Nokia Asha Street Artist search, Lesego Mathaba, recently completed two murals for the brand in Soweto.
This is the trailer for WALL\THERAPY, the 2012 follow up to 2011’s VISUAL INTERVENTION, a short documentary covering a public art mural project in Rochester, New York.
Faith47’s first local solo show Fragments of Burnt History opens in Johannesburg at David Krut Projects this evening.
Congratulations to Lesego Mathaba, a graphic designer from Johannesburg specializing in illustration, who won the Nokia Asha street art competition
The I ART JOBURG project has come to an end, and has left behind 8 epic, large-scale murals in and around the Maboneng Precinct by some of the world’s most admired street artists.
We decided to collect some inspiration for those entering Nokia Asha’s competition to find the next big street artist in South Africa.
The Long Wait is a new series of artworks by Faith47 created on the streets of Joburg as the first installment of her upcoming exhibition, Fragments of a Burnt History.
Infamous graffiti writer and tagger, Philip Botha, was the featured graffiti artist at the annual Str.Crd festival in Joburg last weekend.