South African artist, Elléna Lourens, is a young illustrator who makes use of pen, paper and a tablet to create detailed work comprising of extensive sketches. She experiments across a range of mediums, from murals to embroidery.
South African-born Congolese artist Manu WorldStar, real name Emmanuel Mumbili Mutendji released his much-anticipated EP titled “YAS” which is short for Young African Story at midnight.
Takealot, South Africa’s largest online store recently teamed up with Coconut Kelz in a campaign to promote the shopping brand’s user-friendly advantages.
Sean Koch has just dropped his latest single “Your Mind Is A Picture”, taken from his recently released debut album with the same title.
Cole Ndelu is a Johannesburg based conceptual, portrait and fashion photographer who describes her work as “fashion documentary”, and describes herself as a visual communicator mainly because she uses visuals as a medium to tell stories.
Since Aspire’s inception in late 2016, the company has managed around 145 sculptural pieces, generating a total value of R33.5 million for this category to date.
Frans Borman is an audiovisual storyteller who enjoys the challenge of unusual narratives as a director and editor, creating commercials, music videos, corporate videos, documentary films, day-in-the-life-of videos.
I am currently on a journey of erasing my debt for good and this process entails analyzing the root of my spending habits, detaching my self-esteem from my financial status and asking myself some very difficult questions.
Ayla is a young artist who mainly operates in the medium of painting- both abstract and realistic. The young artist is involved in various creative activities such as painting, film, photography, drawing, digital art, printmaking and is open to any creative medium and challenge out there.
Nicole Dalton is the founder of GhostGoods who makes accessories and homeware for a global community of fans.
House of Vans announces its latest destination arriving at Johannesburg, South Africa from August 22 – 25 at 1 Fox Street.
Local outdoor apparel and gear brand K-Way has partnered with four South African influencers namely; Karabo Poppy, Twiggy Moli, Locnville and Rush Tush to launch their latest campaign and competition.
Along with Burna Boy and SJAVA, new additions to the line-up include Urban Village, Kwani Experience, and Blinky Bill who is expected to keep South African fans entertained at the festival.
Illustrating under the moniker Slaying Goliath and co-founder of branding studio Suketchi, David Tshabalala works within the global village.
Brett Charles Seiler is a Zimbabwean born artist who currently resides in Cape Town. He expresses himself through painting, performance art and installation art.