With an illustrated journey through this self-described 24-hour foodie rave, here’s a look at what’s on the menu at the the next Littlegig Festival.
Person: Lucie De Moyencourt
Inspired by a sense of wanderlust and adventure, the Travel exhibition brings together 15 contemporary South African artists’ work ranging across mediums.
Parisian born Cape Town based artist Lucie de Moyencourt is having her second solo exhibition at the Voorkamer Gallery in Cape Town.
In this week’s collection of wows you’ll find a colour-popping studio shoot, a series ofabstract “collapsing sunsets” from an upcoming solo show and a video for Damascvs’ percussive new single ‘Sogan Brashni’.
What happens when 8 artists are given 8 hours to each produce a painting? Michael Chandler tested this out, and ‘Wet Paint’ was the wonderful outcome.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
For #NowPlaying today we’ve got a playlist from the always lovely artist Lucie de Moyencourt (who recently took part in our InAWE Residency, and once answered our interview q’s with illustrations!) that has us wanting to take a seaside stroll. It’s got old school gems like Big Mountain’s Baby, […]
Capsule Projects’ latest offering is a collection of masks by 15 local artists that rather than offer a disguise for their wearers, reveal something, however cryptic, about the makers.
Here’s our list of 13 moonlighting creatives. These desk-bound bunnies by day effortlessly hop into completely different territory when the school bell rings, following their various creative pursuits.
Architect by trade and artist by nature, Lucie de Moyencourt contemplates Table Mountain in watercolour during her InAWE Residency.
Local label Pichulik has just relased the lookbook for its Autumn Winter collection and, as we’ve come to expect from the superbly talented jewellery designer Katherine-Mary Pichulik, it’s a real beauty.
Yenza is a recognised World Design Capital 2014 project that aims to broaden the context of South African design through the showcasing of self-made objects fashioned, mostly out of necessity, from items found in self-made South African homes.
With the tropics in mind, we selected our favourite works for Part 2 of our 2013 Highlights resulting in a list of felt bananas, bold patterned fashion, and a quick stop passed the 80s.