Phumlani Pikoli broke into the literary scene with his anthology, The Fatuous State of Severity, late last year. See our interview with the author about self-publishing, writing through troubled times, and multi-media narratives here.
People: Pola Maneli
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
Protest is a group show at Hazard curated by Beathur Mgoza Baker that comprises artworks from Pan-African artists that engage with notions of resistance.
Pola Maneli looks to mediums outside of his own for inspiration with a series of three fashionably illustrated characters set against a grungy city backdrop.
Lazi Mathebula, Pola Maneli, Rendani Nemakhavani, Andiswa Mkosi, Thandiwe Tshabalala and Dillion Phiri share their thoughts on being young and creative in South Africa today, and the importance of telling – and owning – your own story.
This week in our compilation of gatherings from the internet we have two new EPs, an ongoing series of portraits shot on infrared film, a quick look at an upcoming exhibition and a music video full of brightly painted limbs.
A collection of some of the most inspiring, thoughtful and interesting design insights from our Graphic Design Month interviews throughout March.
Pola Maneli is a young, talented and highly opinionated graphic designer who engages identity politics in his work to chip away at stereotypes.
Witty illustrations that are automatically tweeted each day, two great new EPs, a seriously funny tumblr of coloured “poems” and lots more.
Today we’re looking at some figures in dreamlike landscapes, portraits of models paired with every day scenes, and a psychedelic interpretation of CT.
The 2015 edition of the beautiful Essie Letterpress Artist’s Almanac has just been released featuring an eclectic selection of artists to take you through the year ahead.
With the title of qhash qhash ngantsomi (the Xhosa equivalent of “once upon a time”) today’s #NowPlaying is by illustrator Pola Maneli. Telling us a bit more about the inspiration behind it, he says: “When I was growing up, Kwaito – like many other things that were supposedly […]