The South African Mint recently launched a series of six new commemorative circulation coins as part of its ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ series.
South African muralist and illustrator, Wesley van Eeden says when creating murals his inspiration lies in giving people hope
Thintazimnike is alternative rap artist, Karabo Otaku’s latest project. The collection of songs was inspired by a dark time in Karabo’s life.
‘Open Doors’ comes from Love, Sechaba’s 5 track EP and short film project, “godot”. It is inspired by Samuel Beckett’s stage play “Waiting For Godot”.
In these illustrations we see beauty and grit beautifully consolidated – made complementary and pleasant to the eye. “I strive to create a balance between beauty and grittiness,” says Joburg-based illustrator, Rob Crawford.
La Maison Noir (The Black House) is Petite Noir’s new four-part visual album. Shot in the Namibian desert, it tells a story of struggle, birth (kala), life (takula), death (luvemba) and rebirth (musoni).
Cape Town-based artist and beekeeper Anna van der Ploeg talks about how her Growing to the Sun collection has androgynous characters with a stronger focus on the plot of the story than on the characters themselves.
Kgomotso Neto and Rendani Nemakhavhani are a creative duo to be reckoned with. Take a look at their ongoing collaborative project The Honey.
Conceptual artist, visual communication designer, illustrator and part-time lecturer Wiehan de Jager uses digital collage processes to produce art. He infuses traditional elements and digital artistic methods.
Life is becoming more and more expensive, and just working an office job is quickly becoming insufficient to cover daily expenses. A solution may be to drop the day job altogether and to look at alternative’s outside of the conventional work week. We break down a few options you may want to consider.
Afrofuturism addresses themes and concerns of the African diaspora through a figurative science fiction and techno-cultural framework. It has come to be a powerful movement in the art world, we take a look at 6 of the best Afrofuturism artists to keep an eye on.
The first independent DIY book fair in Africa was hosted at The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) in collaboration with artist Jared Aufrichtig. The event formed part of the ending of the AVA’s winter production: Com!cs. With free admission, live music and a laid-back atmosphere it encouraged Capetonians to […]
Josef Adamu is a prolific creative director, producer and model based in Toronto, Canada. In 2017 he founded a brand by the name of Sunday School (@ssunday.co). The brand focuses on developing and executing creative campaigns and social media management for emerging brands. Adamu tells stories of his experiences as […]
Float Apparel is a lifestyle brand inspired by travel, photography, music, culture and creativity. The friends and co-founders, Matteo Viotti and Keegan Foreman, started the project in 2016. They say the mission of Float is “to merge style and functionality into a lifestyle that transcends the norm”. Their latest clothing collection […]
Bicycle Stokvel was established by a collective of passionate youths who share an interesting love for cycling and their immediate communities. It began on the grounds of introducing and further advancing the culture of the arts in the townships of East Rand, Johannesburg. The project was founded to make a […]