Kevin Radebe is a Joburg photographer on the rise. His work explores themes of black masculinity and pays homage to his surroundings, while staying true to his artistic eye.
Person: Tony Gum
With a new solo show in Europe, Tony Gum explores the use of sculpture but remains faithful to her peculiar stylistic figure: the self-portrait.
Skin Diver is an upcoming short film by emerging Cape Town director Katya Abedian.
From a visual artist to fashion mavericks, Owethu Makathini reflects on the creative women that caught the world’s attention this year.
Photographer Andile Buka, stylist Gabrielle Kannemeyer and so many other amazing creatives are behind this Jozi-inspired lookbook for Converse.
Tony Gum’s ‘Ode to She’ reiterates the power of Xhosa womxn, whilst acknowledging their multifaceted roles and experiences of self, family and society.
Part 1 of our Undercover DJs series sees us chilling out to the chillwave and RnB mixes of artist Tony Gum.
In Cape Town we’re attending the Bitterkomix launch, laughing with Rob van Vuuren and playing games at the Make Games South Africa gathering.
On Saturday 16 April, iQhiya hosted a panel to discuss the ways black women navigate South African society, particularly in institutions of creativity.
For the South African launch of the NMD at Smith Gallery in Cape Town, adidas Originals enlisted 11 local creatives to show us how they’d style the shoe.
Locally designed jewellery, masks, smoke, mirrors and Tony Gum’s Coca-Cola reference converge in a pastel yet saturated world of contrast and culture.
In line with Onitsuka Tiger’s 2015 brand messaging, all-round creative Tony Gum and fashion designer Floyd Avenue discuss inner confidence through video messages to each other.
We’re saying Oh Wow! a day early ahead of the long weekend (yay!) and we’ve put together a jam-packed edition to see you through.
10 local artists whose imaginative work in collage (both handmade and digital) reveals the world we know in new and surprising ways.
A beautiful art performance, hand painted signage and typography spotted all over Johannesburg and the phys ed coaches of your dreams.