Nike teams up with local artists in Faatimah Mohamed-Luke and Karabo Moletsane to rejuvenate the Zoo Lake basketball courts.
People: Karabo Moletsane
From a visual artist to fashion mavericks, Owethu Makathini reflects on the creative women that caught the world’s attention this year.
A guide to the day-to-day working life of a graphic designer according to: Karabo Moletsane, Tyla Mason, Sinomonde Ngwane, Xia Carstens and Hannah Shone.
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.
We asked 26 local illustrators and designers to create one letter each. The result? An eye-popping custom alphabet from an artful A to a zig-zagging Z.
Meet the dynamic South African women in the Cointreau Creative Crew who want to award one creative entrepreneur with a R100 000 bursary.
The Open Window Institute offers a wide range of short courses and one-year programmes that will upgrade your creative toolkit.
From “semi-generative” portraits to long, twisted limbs, 6 illustrators take on 6 trends in illustration to see if they can steer them in new directions.
Last month we hosted a one-night-only illustration exhibition and print sale titled “You Draw Like A Girl!” to conclude our annual Creative Women interview series. This show featured works by a line-up of 10 fantastic local female illustrators. If you couldn’t attend, you can now buy the prints online at Superbalist.com. […]
A look at the winning projects and campaigns that won the biggest honours of the Loerie Awards 2014; Craft Gold, Gold and Grand Prix.
Thanks to everyone who came through to our “You Draw Like A Girl!” illustration show and print sale yesterday evening at Beijing Opera. Here’s a first online look at the artworks.
We’re doing it again! The second in our series of affordable art sales takes place in exactly one week’s time – Thursday, 4 September 2014 – in Cape Town.
In this week’s art openings fashion meets art for a collaboration between two boundary-breaking dames of their respective fields.
Pretoria based illustrator and graphic designer Karabo Poppy Moletsane makes vibrant, energetic visuals inspired by hybridity and the beautiful mess of cultures found in South Africa.