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.
Person: Thandiwe Tshabalala
Inspired by a deep appreciation for African folklore, Art of Brother curated a group exhibition centred on two stories relevant to our modern age.
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.
Through vector lines, vibrant colours and illustrated GIFs, Thandiwe Tshabalala provides candid glimpses into happenings in her own life, or passes comment on those affecting the world at large.
We’re almost there! The glorious summer holidays await. But while we’ve still got you captive at your screens, here’s the first of our 2014 highlights. For the first time we thought we’d kick things off analytically with a list of the posts that received the most page views this year.
In a super colourful edition of Oh Wow! we’ve got some beautifully illustrated GIFs of Setswana names, a video series paying tribute to the creative talent in Port Elizabeth and haunting, pastel coloured acrylic paintings. ONE – Illustrated GIFs depicting the ABC’s of Setswana Names by Thandiwe Tshabalala. Also […]