Portuguese street artist ‘Vhils’ crafts Yvonne Chaka Chaka mural in downtown Jozi Portuguese graffiti and street artist Alexandre Manuel Dias Farto, aka Vhils, collaborated with Hennesy for a worldwide tour. He recently touched down in Johannesburg for the Africa leg of this journey during which he wanted to create a mural […]
Sisterhood and solidarity: An Ode to High School and Coming of Age South African feminist sleepwear and intimates brand, Koeksuster, recently shot its biggest campaign yet, a fashion film directed by Thea Small. The project explores the theme of sisterhood and solidarity and the creative team consider it an ode to […]
Sounds of Suid Tronica is an independent record label from South Africa, owned by Matthew Fraser and Alex Coetzee. The label is devoted to showcasing the cross-pollinations between different musical languages. Their first compilation offers an absorbing insight into the label’s tastes and sonic territories. With 15 tracks from a wide […]
Gallery 2 will host South African artist, Wessel van Huyssteen’s latest series, Under a Cobalt Sky, which he describes as a “continued exploration of non-place”. Referring to his use of watercolour on cotton paper as the predominant medium for the paintings, in the artist statement van Huyssteen describes the process […]
Zuko Cele is a creative from Pietermaritzburg and the founder of Retro Retro, a platform on Instagram where followers can view and purchase a variety of vintage and thrifted clothes on offer. Zuko recently took the bold step of adding a digital magazine version of Retro Retro that is sure […]
Freshly-dropped album from Gemini Major & Patoranking collaborator – OhGooch. Gugulethu-born Owethu, known as OhGooch in music circles, has long been considered a succesful all-rounder. He is known for his talents as a music producer, song writer, vocalist and more recently, a qualified sound engineer. Owethu previously wrote and sang […]
Christian Heath’s latest release, “Tonight”, is a Latin-inspired twist on his usual pop/rock style.
The Wits Young Artists Awards returns this year, and opening night is on Thursday the 26th of July at the Point of Order gallery in Braamfontein.
Southern Guild’s new group exhibition is an immersive experience of colour, inspired by the Colour Field painters of the 50s and 60s.
Koketso Tube recently moved from Joburg to Rustenburg, and the culture shock he experienced inspired him to collaborate with Kgothatso, a local youth, on a series exploring identity in the face of adversity.
The Durban International Film Festival kicks off on the 24th of July with A Trip To The Moon, an Argentinean film exploring family life, and Footnotes in the City, a South African film looking at street art in Durban.
Amy Zama and Don Zondo form DNA Styling Agency, a creative outlet dedicated to creating work with other young artists and collaborators. eDolobheni is a colour and texture rich story which looks at life in inner city Joburg.
Niamh Walsh-Vorster explores how religion has influenced her family and her relationships through a photo series and audio-visual project.
Parsons Branding has a deep-rooted understanding of a brand’s DNA. They use this knowledge to help form strong, cohesive branding strategies for small and large brands alike – the process is the same regardless of whether they’re working with a small start-up, or a fully realised company. The firm originated […]
Check out some BTS shots of Good Good Good’s SAFW Menswear show, shot by Bert Pauw. The collection features a textile collaboration with Mungo and illustrations from Shaun Hill.