Kevin Mackintosh is a South African photographer who now works and lives internationally. We managed to catch up with him on a recent trip home where he spoke about some of his projects, both past and present.
Zoo Lake recently released their debut album, ZONK. They describe themselves as a “psychedelic-tinged noise rock” band.
A seat at the table is an online campaign centred around amplifying the voices of a changing society, a society that seeks to continuously empower women and encourage fearlessness.
Nyasaland Analysand is Samson Kambalu’s second solo exhibition with Goodman Gallery. For this exhibition Kambalu draws on his Malawian upbringing surrounded by syncretic cultures to produce work that celebrates and interrogates the practice of integrating Western influences into local traditions and customs. Kambalu works with site-specific installations and films to […]
Musondo Kabwe customized the denim jackets of 50 different people to create common ground beyond social constructs and bias.
Siemens FABRIC is a showcase of how the underlying data of an African city can play a role in transformation into the smart cities of the future. Demonstrated by using data to design unique fabrics for each city, then designing garments from those fabrics. SIEMENS believes that each city has […]
The hop new eyewear store was designed by Jana & Koos with help from Tristan du Plessis and wouldn’t seem out of place in Tokyo.
Koketso Tube is a wedding and portrait photography who works on passion projects on the side. His latest series, The Journey, looks at the everyday lives of people and how that unites us.
Ruby Okoro’s photography is highly saturated and beautifully composed, and his unique and skilful edits take his photos to the next level.
Bhumehl’s A/W 18 offering looks at the after effects of a toxic relationship, exploring the emotional journey through a creative lens.
Justin Dingwall explores the aesthetics of albinism and vitiligo through photographic essays.
The Artivist is a mixed-space venue that focuses on community, collaboration and a Pan-Africanist spirit, as well as music, art, and food.
KRAS is a brand new music collective that believes in the powers of collaboration and creative visuals. Check out their first offering, Coloured Lights, as an audio-visual introduction to the musicians.
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.