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Cape Flats Neo-Noir Skemerdans Now Shooting

The Showmax Original Skemerdans is currently in production in Cape Town. The Cape Flats neo-noir is expected to launch on Showmax in 2021. After the murder of owner Glenn Fortune, The Oasis jazz club becomes the centre of a power struggle between two brothers, a scorned widow and an organised crime syndicate. SAFTA winners Kevin Smith (Isidingo, Arendsvlei), […]Read More

Checkout These Dope Embroidery Designs From Five O’Clock

Created in 2019 by  Emily Roniger, five o’clock is a Cape Town based slow fashion brand that focuses on unique hand embroidery. Each step in creating a product is thoughtfully made and with the intention to create something unique every time. Inspired by the cathartic art of hand embroidery, five o’clock is all about slowing […]Read More

The Dreamer Goes To Hollywood To Produce “The Dreamer”

Cape Town-born entrepreneur, Ronald Nair is the owner of Affluence Magazine, and is highly regarded for his role within the Luxury Brands industry for creating an ecosystem for high net individuals and luxury brands to connect based on business interdependence. This industrialist move has seen a shift in an industry, which is known for its […]Read More

Meet Self-Taught Artist Khaya Sineyile

Khaya Sineyile is a self-taught artist from Nyanga, Cape Town. From an early age he has had a love for drawing and painting and trained at the Arts and Media Access Centre (AMAC). In 2009 he was selected as resident artist at Greatmore Studios and later that year at the Souq Waqif Art Center in […]Read More

South African Musician Jarrad Ricketts Launches New Fashion Venture

Gospel singing sensation, Jarrad Ricketts, is set to launch an exciting new venture, with the debut of his TESTIMONY fashion brand. For Cape Town-born-and-raised Ricketts, 33, TESTIMONY is a fashion brand that has been in development for over four years now. After visiting more than 70 schools around the Western Cape doing motivational talks and sharing his […]Read More

Checkout Happy To See You By Chris Denovan At State

Multidisciplinary artist, Chris Denovan, has a solo exhibition titled Happy To See You at the State of the Art Gallery in Cape Town, from 10 – 26 September. Denovan said: “We’ve all had an unexpected story in our lives that surrounds the COVID virus. Many, if not all of our plans for 2020 have changed. […]Read More

Meet Multi-Disciplinary Artist Daniel Levi

Daniel Levi graduated with honours in painting from Michaelis School of Fine Art at UCT in Cape Town. He was raised in Johannesburg in a liberal home by parents who exposed him to politics, psychology, philosophy and the arts from an early age. Levi has a background in creative design and his experience of the […]Read More

Meet Multi-disciplinary Artist Siwa Mgoboza

Siwa Mgoboza, born 1993 in Cape Town, holds a BA Fine Art from Michaelis School of Fine Art, UCT. Having been raised abroad for most of his life, the work of Mgoboza deals with the exploration of the globalized African sense of self, a Western upbringing and the liminal  space where these identities exist. Mgoboza […]Read More

Meet Painter Sikelela Damane

Sikelela Damane received a BA in Fine Art from the University of Fort Hare and currently lives and works in Cape Town. Damane works predominantly in the medium of painting, using materials such as acrylic paint, oil paint, aerosol, paper, marks, earth, and photography, but has also expanded his art practice into new media, such […]Read More

Checkout Artist Keren Setton’s Embroidery

Cape Town-based artist and art director Keren Setton creates intricately detailed embroidered artworks, including a variety of beloved pets, from cats to bunnies. See her work below. View this post on Instagram Bending over backwards / just stretching ??????????? – Acrylic paint on canvas, with embroidery and felt – #embroidelicious #embroidery #handembroidery #contemporaryembroidery #dmcembroidery #dmcthreads […]Read More