Ruby Okoro’s photography is highly saturated and beautifully composed, and his unique and skilful edits take his photos to the next level.
Looking for a creative way to close the expanding gap between your income and expenses? We have five side-gig ideas you can start now.
Kgomotso Neto and Rendani Nemakhavhani are a creative duo to be reckoned with. Take a look at their ongoing collaborative project The Honey.
DEAD TOWN focuses solely on South African analogue film photography and aims to showcase the medium’s continued healthy presence.
Jesse Navarre Vos has made a selection of his photographs and has added some background to each image, giving us new insights into his craft and perspectives.
Justin Dingwall explores the aesthetics of albinism and vitiligo through photographic essays.
We take a look at 5 of the best Instagram posts from talented Ugandan born, Kenya-based photographer Sarah Waiswa.
Tomayia Colvin is the woman behind a first ever photography conference for black photographers.
Gift Banda’s photography is beautifully textured with rich colours and cohesive compositions. He is inspired by music, spirituality and the process of creating something.
The Asics K.O fashion piece was recently shot in downtown Joburg, telling the story about K.O and welcoming him into the Asics team that was behind the shoot. The shoot was done at an abandoned building in the city. It is a rad fashion / performance piece made up of […]
We take a look at Adeolu Osibodu’s top Instagram posts. The Nigerian photographer and photo artist has a distinctly African style that seems to reflect his experiences. Our list is not a definitive claim of the 5 best images from Osibodu but rather five of the best images that reveal […]
Bicycle Stokvel was established by a collective of passionate youths who share an interesting love for cycling and their immediate communities. It began on the grounds of introducing and further advancing the culture of the arts in the townships of East Rand, Johannesburg. The project was founded to make a […]
This project began with a casual conversation between myself (Sipho Gongxeka) and Thato Ramaisa (aka Fela Gucci.) We were interested in the role that fashion and clothing plays in queer culture in township communities. Particularly, how certain stereotypes are perpetuated. For instance, how one’s character, masculinity, gender and sexuality can […]
The [CROP] Project is using the power of collaboration, art & photography to not only disrupt, but to empower & promote positive change in South Africa.
Incomplete Gesture is a self-published zine by photographers Deena Dinat and Ezio Fok that explores the city of Joburg.