This year the Loerie Awards relocated to Durban, land of eternal summer, to shine a light on the best in brand communication. These are the big winners.
Danni Diana shares her definitive list of Durbanisms. She’s currently studying to be a neuroscientist and real life adult.
The much anticipated Loeries takes place this week in Durban putting a spotlight on the creative scene in the city.
Our next snippet from Durban is by the damn talented illustrator and designer, Louis de Villiers. This is his story about Lola Malone.
We’ve got some bite-sized stories from Durban about Durban to share with you. First up is photojournalist and ardent storyteller, Samora Chapman.
Despite the humidity, there’s a lot to love about Durban, and we asked a few people who know it best to show us exactly where to look.
The Durban International Film Festival kicked off last night. Here’s an overview of this year’s programme and themes, which will see over 200 feature films, shorts, documentaries and surf films screened at different venues across the city over the next 10 days.
As our climate takes a significant dip Jane Sews has released an Autumn Winter 2015 collection of cold-weather basics perfect for layering.
In the first of a series of Young South Africa playlists, Bob Perfect is filling our ears with some of the exciting (and surprisngly un-sunny) new sounds spilling out of Durban.
Zakifo Muzik Festival is on route to Durban, bringing with it a whole line-up of reasons to get very excited.
A fascinating look at his design evolution, Garth Walker’s archives take us all the way back from an early Mac project done in 1989 to the present.
Durban-based graphic designer Alexander Bielovich is a creative dedicated to craft above all else.
There’s hand-lettering, colour and humour aplenty in the wonderful work of Durban based ad agency Modern Museum.
Mandisa Buthelezi is one of the young breakout photographers from the Durban Centre for Photography’s creative program run by KZNSA Art Gallery. She has created a unique niche for herself by photographing rural scenes at a time when young South Africa is infatuated with township and street photography.
Zola Songo is a young South African photographer, social activist, musician and all round creative being currently documenting her life experiences in beautiful B&W photographs.