Thintazimnike is alternative rap artist, Karabo Otaku’s latest project. The collection of songs was inspired by a dark time in Karabo’s life.
Lebogang Mokgoko has release his latest clothing collection, SELF SABOTAGE. The collection is the first to be produced under his newly launched company, Not Good Enough.
We caught up with African Pop music producer Tio Scroogy, as he shares his music journey, and shares insight on his latest EP – Human. Tio Scroogy has his eyes set on being on of the greatest producers to look out for in 2018 and beyond. For those that don’t […]
On 15 November 2018 Jazzart will be showcasing at Cape Town’s Premier Community Theatre – the Masque in Muizenberg.
Joburg-based, multi-talented artist Mpho Mosola’s work ranges from graphic design, typography, digital illustration and photography. He says his illustrations are inspired and strongly influenced by music.
The work of illustrator and graphic designer Xolisa Mfiki highlights and embraces a township aesthetic.
The New African is a solo exhibition by Cape Town-born artist Buhle Nkalashe. It will show on 6 December at the Youngblood Africa Gallery in Cape Town.
The new video from musician RRA is a dark ironic single-take music video that combines surrealistic and meta-cinematic imagery.
In the documentary series, The Beach is Better, photographer SJ Stevens looks at the diversity of people that rock up to the shore of Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town.
‘Open Doors’ comes from Love, Sechaba’s 5 track EP and short film project, “godot”. It is inspired by Samuel Beckett’s stage play “Waiting For Godot”.
Have you ever been told that you have a resting bitch face and didn’t even know it? Maybe now you’ll know exactly what your face is saying because whisky brand Scottish Leader, famously known for challenging perspectives, has created a new software that detects emotions.
Digital artist, illustrator and writer Keneilwe Kwanaite says ANTI sequence is a series of illustrations that celebrates South African creatives who have inspired him over the years.
In these illustrations we see beauty and grit beautifully consolidated – made complementary and pleasant to the eye. “I strive to create a balance between beauty and grittiness,” says Joburg-based illustrator, Rob Crawford.
La Maison Noir (The Black House) is Petite Noir’s new four-part visual album. Shot in the Namibian desert, it tells a story of struggle, birth (kala), life (takula), death (luvemba) and rebirth (musoni).
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.