Inspired by the sleek new 330ml Cool Can, four local designers’ work sets the scene inside the coolest pop-up bar in Jozi.
People: Atang Tshikare
A Pholoso Selebogo styled fashion editorial gives us a window into another world and we’re taking a peek inside Joburg’s new smile-inducing restaurant Mr Big Stuff.
This week’s packed with art openings and events, starting today! There are 3 painting shows, photography, an installation, book launch, tapestry showcase, creative discussion, and more.
IMBADU Collective is a showcase and celebration of collaborations where local creatives have teamed up to make works that bridge a variety of mediums in unexpected ways.
We chat to six self-taught successes from the worlds of art, photography, film and fashion to learn about what it takes to overcome challenges and teach yourself.
This week Cape Town has a great line-up of interesting exhibition openings, including a solo show by Atang Tshikare, a group show by young men and women who share their stories and experience of time spent in prison as part of the post release programme Young in Prison, a ‘boys edition’ zine launch and much more.
Witty illustrations that are automatically tweeted each day, two great new EPs, a seriously funny tumblr of coloured “poems” and lots more.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
Art Week Joburg hits the city this week with a myriad of different exhibitions, openings, talks and special events taking place across the city, coinciding with the FNB JoburgArtFair. Go get your art on!
A case study of the #UrbanExpressions Campaign created for Russian Bear by Social Seed.
For this campaign, Russian Bear Vodka commissioned ten artists/designers from across the country to participate in a design challenge under the theme ‘Urban Expressions’.
To mark Youth Day tomorrow, king of customizing Atang Tshikare will be running 3 creative workshops at the Iziko South African National Gallery Annexe.
Customizing a pair of Converse is nothing new, sure, but Atang Tshikare’s custom designs are something special. Mixing and matching bright colours and often using afrocentric patterns, no two pairs of ZABALAZAAs are the same.