Kenyan musician Dela Maranga’s latest music video, directed by award-winning filmmaker, Silas Miami,is a fashion feast for the eyes.
W.O.K.E Arts came about in 2015, challenged by a need for platforms that celebrate live music and emphasize authentic, intimate experiences.
Mitchell Harper, a freelance art illustrator, shares his thoughts on tattoo culture and takes us through some of his pieces.
Black Betty Design believes that asymmetry is key to ear adornment, which is why they’ve created a unique collection of tiny trinkets that can be mixed and matched to perfectly adorn each ear
As part of the Made Exceptional. Made Here campaign by Three Ships Whiskey, Kent crafts a skateboard from wood similarly to how the range of globally award-winning Three Ships Whiskies are made.
Mesh Club has partnered with the contemporary artists and printmakers of David Krut Projects to launch The Print Club.
Nightscape, an open-hearted public festival of design, creativity and performance, will form part of this year’s Design Indaba.
Fashion and documentary photographer, Obakeng Molepe, is creating art that gives a new definition to the ideals of beauty.
Legalese spoke to Nick Hamman on 5FM about the rights you have in the work you do when you’re employed. Listen in on the interview to hear what you may not know about protecting your ideas.
Instagram is still very much about posting eye-catching images but this popular social media platform is fast becoming one of the best places to shop for new, preloved and vintage fashion.
From architecture and film to product design, this year’s speakers are challenging the status quo. Here are a few of the speakers that conference attendees can expect to hear from.
Cape Town-based designer and illustrator Daniel Ting Chong is the mastermind behind some of the coolest brands’ visual identities.
Cape Town-based furniture studio Shift Perspective has unveiled their Robben Island coffee table, which illustrates the geographical isolation that political prisoners endured during incarceration under apartheid South Africa.
Feel Good Series Presents UMI: Our Music Festival featuring a star-studded list of South African musicians and deejays.
Madeleine Bazil is a storyteller based in South Africa who is studying toward an MA Documentary Arts at the University of Cape Town.