Karl Kemp / Images by Alice Inggs / 08.04.2015 "They kick off with the smash-hit, the colour palette, and god damn if they don’t catch the last winding red slash of sunset over the city just as the song
Samora Chapman / 26.03.2015 Pastel will be remembered as one of the founders of Durban street art. He was a brother. A friend. A son. A lover. And there is a big gaping hole
Robyn Perros / Images by Samora Chapman / 19.03.2015 "Siyabonga Luthuli is a street artist with a beard as thoughtful as his button-up shirt. Every morning he dresses up and walks from his inner-city apartment to set up his
Megan King / Images by Anthea Pokroy / 17.03.2015 "One of the things that artists do," remarks William Kentridge, "is to take things we can't see and make them visible." His five-channel video installation with moving sculpture and
Samora Chapman / 18.02.2015 Scab is a multidisciplinary artist born an Afrikaner and living in the UK. Through graffiti, illustrations, tattoos, music and video art he interprets a modern world that is eating itself
Samora Chapman / 06.02.2015 Durban's most legendary graffiti OG – Opt 1 – has been collaborating with artist and queen-of-funk, Mups/Mae, to add some fruity flavour to the streets. Peep what they been up
Jake Rusznyak / 05.02.2015 In case you missed it, Africa’s most cherished elderly dictator tripped on the red carpet and quickly spawned a flurry of internet memes. Friend of Mahala and subversive ad guy,
Hugh Upsher / 04.02.2015 The seminal review of everything that happened at Up The Creek music festival – dry humour, post-future illustrations and untainted honesty cut deep and true!
Brett Wegener / 01.02.2015 Last Sunday, Glenwood, Durban... 4pm.