In terms of graffiti and street art, Africa boasts the smallest output, but it’s not as insignificant you might think.
Using street art as a tool to campaign the rights of minorities who have been denied access to basic rights and education in Iran.
In her latest exhibition ‘Aqua Regalia – Chapter Two’, South African artist Faith47 interrogates the dichotomy between the mundane and the sacred.
‘Landfill Medidation’ is a collaborative video by Faith47 and Dane Dodds centered on the idea that waste is a necessary by-product of progress.
It’s nearly time for the fifth annual Creative Week Cape Town to kick off, celebrating everyday creativity and innovation with a jam-packed programme of events. From street art to outdoor exhibitions, demonstrations to lectures, parties to public space activations – all happenings are independently organised by Creative Week participants. […]
Today’s Oh Wow! is a collection of illustrations inspired by nostalgic games and food, a hilarious web comic, beautiful prints of deconstructed bicycles and more.
The Long Wait is a new series of artworks by Faith47 created on the streets of Joburg as the first installment of her upcoming exhibition, Fragments of a Burnt History.
The latest outdoor piece by Faith47 can be found in Main St, Johannesburg.
The latest from Faith47. The image was inspired by a picture that Alexia Webster took of protestors- women, children, men and the elderly in Macassar Village, Cape Town. The protesters or ‘Backyarders’ are families who live in back yards because there is no space or housing available or provided by […]
Amazing image from Faith47 on her recent trip to China.