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Checkout These Dope Designs From Hamethop

Known for her stylish and standout handmade leather accessories, South African designer Tsakani Mashaba creates her range of beautiful and unique products under the brand Hamethop, which fuses local materials, ancient African techniques and contemporary design. Hamethop is a South African contemporary ready-to-wear and accessories brand by Mashaba, who aims to explore the diversity of […]Read More

First-Ever Online Business And Arts South Africa Awards

Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), in partnership with Hollard, is calling for entries for its 2020 Awards. The move to an entirely digital platform for the first time ever this year, sees the event reinvigorated and reimagined. “What hasn’t changed is the commitment of both BASA and Hollard to encourage excellence and innovation in […]Read More

Meet Visual Artist Phila Hillie

Phila Hillie is an architecture graduate, illustrator and visual artist from South Africa. Her art is inspired by women and interrogates the various ways in which they can be represented and celebrated. Her aim is to tell the stories of as many women as she can as women, their struggles, their beauty and the way […]Read More

ARTIST OF THE MONTH – APRIL 2020

ITSLIQUID Group officially presents ARTIST OF THE MONTH , a competition open to anyone and established to increase and develop the art market and the dialogue between collectors, art critics, journalist and art lovers. Making contemporary art accessible to all. The winners will be featured on ITSLIQUID Platform, promoted extensively wordwide and considered for any upcoming curatorial projects […]Read More

A YOUNG CHAT WITH ART LOVER Allie Molefe

Who is Allie Molefe and what do you do? I’m a 19 year old Architecture student and self taught artist. When I’m not busy with architecture I spend my time creating beautiful things such as jewelery , clothing, handbags and furniture. How would you define your style or art?  I would say very Afrocentric with […]Read More