We chat to Maitele Wawe of the Fashion Rebels about street style and trends, and learn about how young creatives are using fashion to shape new identities.
Adriaan de la Rey and P.J Kotze set out to tell the story of a forgotten architect whose buildings defined an era. The documentary delves into the legacy of Norman Eaton and the influences underpinning his work, as well as questions the way forward for the city through a series of interviews and poetic excursions into the buildings of Pretoria.
Through his lens, Pretoria based photographer Chris Stamatiou explores the concepts of marginalisation, time, change and urban habitation.
For his series The Rap Lyricists Posters, Mark Modimola combined his love of music and history to design lyrical hip-hop typographic posters.
Boikie is a short documentary about the life of homeless dancer Boikie Ephraim Semponye who uses his talent to make small change to get by.
Tatenda Chidora is a young photography graduate who sees the world in vivid black and white. His portrait project captures intimate moments of people whom he met on the street, shot on medium format film with a Hasselblad.
By wrapping the statue of Paul Kruger (in central Pretoria) in tinfoil for the Cool Capital Biennale, artist ‘r1’ aims to regenerate dialogue and overlooked discussions about these monuments in a subtle but provocative way.
With a vast combined creative skill set and a shared love for whiskey, bikes, sci-fi and making music, long-time friends Werner Burger and Louis Minnaar started Albino Creations.
There’s nothing subdued about Reynard Nel’s style of graphic design and illustration. And that’s exactly what we love about it.
The Pretoria Street Photography collective came about after Emmanuel Munano had the realisation that although certain parts of Pretoria were laden with character, people were afraid or unable to go out and photograph them individually. With this in mind he set out to create a network of photographers who […]
Post Apocalyptic Schubart Park is a series of photographs by Herman Verwey, exploring the iconic deserted and dilapidated flats in Pretoria’s CBD. When he recently moved back to Pretoria, his fascination with these buildings was reignited. “It’s literally just the skeletons that are left. You can’t really see much when […]
Lucky Bread Company is the very cool offspring of The Bread Gypsy and Tribeca Coffee, located in a surprising spot in Pretoria. In 2012 Pauli Coetsee, aka The Bread Gypsy, was looking at expanding and opening a shop front, while the owners of Tribeca, Martin Fitzgerald and Dale Mazon, were offered an […]
Coffee@Capital is a great coffee spot in a secret city garden, with fast WiFi and fountains to drown out the noise of Pretoria’s CBD.
Yetunde Dada is a 23 year old photographer from Pretoria who focuses on music and portrait photography.
Pretoria-based artist Isabel Mertz is an award-winning sculptor who has already participated in shows in England and Paris. Her exhibition titled “The Problem of Crossing a Bridge” opened at the KZNSA on 16 May and runs until 1 June 2014, after which it travels across the country.