Zimbabwe is currently undergoing a political upheaval: we take a look at the situation using conversations and images posted online.
French photographer Maxime Michelet’s travel photographs tell a narrative of Cape Town.
Streetwear classic Converse collaborates with Joburg photographers I See A Different You for a fearless new lookbook.
Alrick September and Simon Orgill write and act out hilarious comedy skits. We chat to them about their popular YouTube channel Sep And Simon.
With a brand new photo series and EP, Silas Miami shows why he’s coming for everything in Nairobi and Cape Town.
Illustrator Simeone Ferreira has created a bold striking new series, featuring illustrations, socks and stickers, called ‘I Feel Slick’.
Nando’s Creative Exchange programme administered by Spier Arts Trust culminates in an exciting two-part exhibition opening tonight at Cape Town’s AVA Gallery.
We chat to local creatives that use camera phones to share images with artistic value.
Assemblage, one of two concurrent exhibitions opening at AVA Gallery sees four artists from Mfuleni, Mitchell’s Plain and Delft collaborate on group show.
Fatima Arendse is a Cape Town-based stylist taking innovative approaches to styling for local and international publications.
From a visual artist to fashion mavericks, Owethu Makathini reflects on the creative women that caught the world’s attention this year.
Sarah Hugo-Hamman moves effortlessly between the worlds of fashion and photography, producing exciting new test shoots for My Friend Ned.
Cape Town-based fashion brand Akina releases ‘HAZE’, a new collection of dreamy swimwear.
WeTheNet film their thoughts and observations on social justice issues and encapsulate the empathic spirit of the SA vlogging community.
With their fiercely independent visions, these five emerging talents are breaking barriers in the fashion and beauty landscape.