Tales from Teachers is a a back-to-school campaign by Fruits of the Loom. It is inspired by real notes, given to students by their teachers to take home, ranging from “why Maya may have a worm in her pocket”, “how a boy got a nacho in his eye” and “how Nikki’s friend accidentally ate her lip-balm”.
Freelance artist Marilize Ackermann from Cape Town, now based in Senegal creates collages, mosaics and illustrations. Her work looks at the relations between humans, animals and objects.
Designer and student, Nkuli Twala says his clothing brand, Freedom and Guns speaks to the many ways people have used the means of violence to gain freedom. As a designer, his “gun” is designing clothing because that’s what brings him the most freedom. “The name was inspired by the concept […]
The hop new eyewear store was designed by Jana & Koos with help from Tristan du Plessis and wouldn’t seem out of place in Tokyo.
For a dose of some kinky action, join the celebration of rope bondage as a creative art form with the strictly 18+ Embodiment event. Astrid Radermacher says this event “seeks to celebrate rope bondage as an art form and to create representation for young, queer and people of colour within the […]
High City Apparel, which you may have seen at The Neighbourgoods Market or Market on Main in Maboneng is now available online for you to purchase. This street-wear brand was founded by Marc Pretorius in 2014
If you’re young and ready to take over the world with your musical talents, join Unsynd Sessions. You’ll be exposed to a new audience and mingle with other artists.
Roses for the Ocean is a first of the three part short film series, ‘Clairvoyance: The End’. It follows Nomi, a young woman dealing with loss, nihilism, clairvoyance and life after death.
One of only a handful of black ballerinas in the world, Kitty Phetla, has broken all barriers in becoming a respected dancer, choreographer, model and radio host in South Africa. Recently she has been recognised with the 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist award for dance. Watch as her fluid movements […]
Heading into the new season in style, Global sports brand PUMA releases the Cali in a brand-new colourway for women. Keeping the sneaker game on point, the sport-inspired classic returns to the streets with a timeless monochrome makeover. Channelling west coast vibes this season, the effortlessly chic platform is a […]
EVERYTHING IS A SAMPLE is an upcoming exhibition by Levi’s in partnership with denim upcycler Xzavier Zulu. This is Xzavier’s first collection to be produced under his newly launched fashion label -ism*. He says this collection is an ode to his father. The collection features a trucker jacket, jeans that […]
In this Ubuhle documentary film, directors Mbali Mashaba and Pretty Mangena delve deep into the politics of hair and beauty for women of colour living in South Africa.
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 […]