#ARTANDBLING is a series of dazzling digital collages, photographed by Hanro Havenga and featuring the unique designer wear of Daisie Jo and Marianne Fassler.
People: Hanro Havenga
Last week we hosted our first ever #POSSIBLEConference. For those of you who missed out or weren’t online over the two days, here’re our notes, fave tweets and standout pics that perfectly sum up what went down.
Crystal Birch’s new SS2016 millinery lookbook, B@N@N@S, invites you to step inside a mad lab where kid geniuses and gropey gorillas concoct some crazy visual chemistry.
The Bright Night Project envisions a group exhibition spotlighting 20 South African artists, with an opening “blackout event” held in the dark.
In this video conversation we chat to three photographers who attended Vega and now work full-time in the industry. They share with us their knowledge about breaking into the industry, finding and refining their style, and juggling commercial work with work they’re passionate about.
In a playful album of diptychs we look at the iconic 60s nightlife photography of Billy Monk next to images captured in the present day to find out how much things have changed, and how much they’ve stayed the same.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
We turn the spotlight on the words that accompany the pictures and re-read the insightful, funny, honest, informative and inspiring interviews that we loved from 2014.
To launch their new album, Enjoy Yourself, Desmond and The Tutus has made a series of videos that are equal parts funny, awkward, bizarre and entertaining.
Today, in the spirit of collaboration, we’re taking a look at creative duos. Covering the fields of photography, fashion, design and illustration, we’ve put together a list of 14 of our favourite local creatives who are doing good things in pairs.
A case study on ‘Unite Joburg’, an integrated digital campaign for adidas Originals which included a concert performance, documentary film and portrait exhibition.
Opening in December and running until yesterday the 9th of Feb, adidas AREA3 – the brand’s home for events, exhibitions and pop-up retail in the Maboneng Precinct – hosted Unite Joburg, a portrait photography exhibition.
adidas Originals Unite Joburg is all about bringing together the originals in the city of Johannesburg.
For the second installment of Oh Wow! we’ve got a loooot of great things to show you, so we won’t waste any time getting to them. From art to architecture, here are the nicest things we saw this week.
Natasha Moolman and Evan Janovsky make up Kitsch, an “indie/acoustic/pop/folk/whatever” band from Joburg. This video is for their song Sunday.