Gender non-conforming musician Mx Blouse talks about going into music after a career in journalism, something they always enjoyed as a child.
Fashion designer and founder of Rich Factory, Rina Chunga talks about setting herself apart from other creatives that work with the African print.
Our resident Meme Maker takes a look at a survival guide to the Loerie Awards.
Christy Chilimigras’ shockingly brilliant and brutally funny debut memoir, “Things even Gonzalez can’t fix”, was recently launched to critical acclaim. It is the story of a 24-year-old Greek South African girl, “growing up in Johannesburg in a space of pure chaos, raised by two addict parents. In reality, Christy, otherwise known […]
Graphic designer, David ‘Slaying Goliath’ Tshabalala talks about leaving his hometown in the Free State to pursue a career in Johannesburg’s creative scene and the unwavering passion he still has for graphic design, having tapped into other forms of art such as illustrations.
Starry 80’s-Inspired Shoot Read through this beautiful write-up on Luke Nelson, a South African photographer, where he takes us through his background, inspirations and future aspirations. About Luke Nelson Luke Nelson is a Cape Town-based photographer and filmmaker. He recently shot a starry 80’s inspired campaign for Cape Town-based brand, […]
Illustrator, graphic designer and street artist Karabo Poppy Moletsane says she is committed to preserving the African aesthetic. Most of her work is representative and inspired by everyday South African culture. The artist says her inspiration mostly comes from casually walking through any Central Business District (CBD) and soaking in […]
Durban Dots By PatternNation Travel with us through Durban to Durban Dots, a masterpiece developed by PatternNation, a six-month project by Cydney and Costa, two individuals who live two continents apart. PatternNation is a visual art platform and clothing label for humans all over the world who embrace color and pattern. […]
Bespoke Postcards by Marolize Southwood This article focuses on a young artist who has embarked on bespoke postcards in her journey of visual arts. Marolize Southwood is a visual artist and 2017-graduate of the Michaelis School of Fine Art. Her final year exhibition, ‘Views. I have windows but I also […]
For digital artist and developer, Lorenzo Plaatjies the magic in his art comes from mixing pain and pleasure. To create art that other people can connect wth he expresses negative emotions through aesthetically pleasing illustrations.
Academy award finalist and hybrid creative, Miklas Manneke is a filmmaker, creative director and content creator. His student film, Kanye Kanye earned him an Academy award nomination in the Student Academy Awards category.
Get Inspired by some of the past winners of the PPC Imaginarium awards ahead of the 2019 edition! Entries close 30 November.
While at the Loeries, these are some of the advertising archetypes you’re most likely to meet. Because we know them so well we also share with you what to do and how to act when you see them.
Choreographer, dancer and creative director, Courtnae Paul talks to Donovan Goliath about building a career in the creative world of dance.
A small video game design studio based in Johannesburg, Nyamakop, are the creators of Semblance, an adorable little puzzle game set in a world made of play dough. Newly-released Semblance is also the first African-developed game to ever be on a Nintendo console. The studio’s permanent members are Ben Myres and Cukia […]