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.
Umuzi tackles the problem of representation with new Umuzi Stock, providing relevant, localised, South African stock imagery.
[NOTHING] Is a creative collective that came about as the brain child of local brands OHYESLORD and The UNICONZ. The collective was responsible for styling the Coreocreatives dancers that performed at Castle Lite’s Chance the Rapper concert. This lookbook, in collaboration with BOSSE women’s wear, was inspired by the fits […]
Gerald Okereafor and Madie Akingbade team up to present Tulip Brown, a photoseries exploring unusually beautiful colour combinations.
Samuel Napper is a London-based photographer who started off working in advertising. After almost a decade working as a producer, Samuel left the advertising industry to pursue a career later – and never looked back. The Wait is a photo series which looks at emergency response personal in their down time. […]
WHATIFTHEWORLD presents Rowan Smith’s new exhibition which aims to reclassify whiteness away from its status as the ‘norm’.
Photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga showcases the importance of women in the preservation of tradition with the help of Tania Fines in his latest photo series.