Hosted by Boogy Maboi, Episode 2 of our series in partnership with Complex brings you the latest trends in local sneaker culture.
Gaborone-based writer and digital artist Tanlume Enyatseng talks to us about his new collaborative works and finding freedom on his blog, Banana Emoji.
Hosted by Boogy Maboi, our brand new series in partnership with Complex brings you the latest trends in local sneaker culture.
From multidisciplinary artists pioneering new works to a PR maverick and critic, here are 10 practitioners creating, interrogating and nurturing visual arts.
Daisie Jo’s collection of artwork for 10and5’s Instagram takeover tackles visual junk mail, filtering information and placing ideas into order.
For Creative Womxn 2017, Kim Winvogel invites us to a reading from their self-published anthology, Resist: The Paradox of Love and Other Societal Disorders.
Julia Anastasopoulos talks the success of Suzelle DIY, her new series with Showmax and creating believable and likeable South African characters.
One of 10and5’s Creative Womxn of 2017 Jana Babez invited us into her space as she prepared and performed a new work, titled Bound.
From bespoke Lebanese 1950s-inspired furniture to quirky stationery, here are the seven exhibitors we’re excited to see at 100% Design South Africa.
With a play on colours and a clash of prints, we snapped up some of the best moments at the South African Menswear Week in Cape Town. Here’s part 2.
iThemba Tower teamed up with Between 10 and 5, and invited people to contribute and write their “message in a bottle”; creating a permanent art installation.
Tell us what event you’re hosting at this year’s Loeries Fringe Festival, and stand a chance of having it feature on 10and5.com’s Loeries page.
When not at school teaching, this Los Angeles-based educator and model is DJing at some of the city’s hottest parties. Myra talks beats, and shares a mix exclusively with us.
Crank up the music. Zara Julius’ mix has us grooving to a mélange of beats from the continent and diaspora.
Fulla, a Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic and Middle-Eastern countries, is fine artist Laylaa Jacobs’ muse.