Team Kalashnikovv have compiled the ultimate chilled out electronic playlist to usher in the new year from a rooftop in the city.
The much anticipated Loeries takes place this week in Durban putting a spotlight on the creative scene in the city.
Usually based in Durban, artist and agitator Skullboy has been working, and living, from Space Between gallery in Woodstock, Cape Town, feverishly creating artworks for his latest solo show opening tonight: Yung-Metamoderi$m.
See the works from Urban A: Part 1, a travelling group show of street-inspired art hosted by newly launched gallery and creative studio, Space Between.
Can’t Fool Me Now is an exhibition of contemporary South African art showing in Berlin merging poetry, GIFs, formal text and image.
A Durban local through and through, Skullboy currently spends his days working as a senior designer at Modern Museum while remaining consistently active as an artist, illustrator and curator in the low-brow art exhibition scene.
FRIENDS is a men’s lifestyle publication initiated by Mathew Kieser (Sol-Sol Menswear) and Louis de Villiers (aka ‘skullboy’) which is set to launch in January 2015.
Winning isn’t everything – entering is. We speak to some of last year’s Absa L’Atelier Top 10 finalists to find out what the overall competition experience is all about.
Some of Durban’s kiffest creative talent team up to customise Crafty Hands surfboards in aid of a good cause.
Durban bred and based artist Skullboy’s first solo show in a National Gallery, YOU & ME, is opening in Durban tomorrow and we wish we were there.