The 2019 Creative Conquerors chose a location in and around Johannesburg CBD and added their creative touch to curate signature urban art installations.
The 25-year-old’s work is centred on feminism, masculinity and nostalgia. She hopes to evoke the qualities of childlikeness and innocence in the garments she creates.
Nicole Samuels presents her latest body of work ‘To Be a Woman in South Africa Today – A Fictional Photo Story of Homage’.
Sio has collaborated with a host of well-known artists including some of her primary inspirations such as Kid Fonque, Charles Webster, Daev Martian, Luka, Jullian Gomes, Ziyon, Yugen Blakrock, Bokani Dyer, Shane Cooper, Jackie Queens and Nonku Phiri.
Created by The King James Group, the advert is an amalgamation of footage of political speeches, talk shows, Ted Talks, news clips and more.
The rapper was at the TOMMYNOW TommyXLewis event and is set to interview the iconic American designer Tommy Hilfiger.
He makes use of the low angle perspective to convey a sense of monumentality to his figures. To add more depth to his work, he creates a narrative to link it to literature, history and poetry.
Gemma Mary Shepherd is a Cape Town-based photographer and creative director who has had an eye for photography since her high school and university days.
According to research, millennials are the world’s most powerful consumers – which explains why brands are looking more actively into youth culture.
Officially launched on the 27th of August at The Blank Bar on 4th Avenue in Parkhurst, Belgian Beer Cafe is home to three mega Belgian beer brands – Hoegaarden, Stella Artois and Leffe.
Entrants were asked to submit work to the theme Cultivating Culture and were challenged to explore the characteristics that determine their personal and social identity: their own unique culture –within a South African context.
The gorgeous designs that give The Lalela Scarf such vibrant appeal have been created using Lalela learners’ original artworks. It is a sustainable cycle of life-changing art.
In 2018, Maepa’s artwork was showcased at the Joburg Fringe; an independent art fair and organisation first launched in 2008, complementing the FNB Joburg Art Fair. An artist-run initiative that honours the inner city with a petite yet potent history.
We were proud to see three of our Artist Acceleration and Exposure Programme artists namely; Lunga Ntila, Cole Ndelu and Keneilwe Mokoena showcase their work at these prestigious art fairs.
Following the success of the SA25 coin series commemorating ‘25 Years of South Africa’s Constitutional Democracy’, the South African Mint now invites designers to enter designs for the reverse of a new R2 coin, depicting a right from South Africa’s Bill of Rights.