African Artists That You Should Know

Art heals. art saves and art teaches; at least that is what I believe. I have been following a few artists whose work takes me to different worlds that I have imagined and the few that I have seen. I love how relatable all the painting are to me. Michael Soi Michael W. Soi (1972)…

Originally Kasified Clothing Revealed Art Inspired Women’s Collection

This year Originally Kasified Clothing has been showing women’s collection starting with the Autumn/Winter collection that they showcased earlier this year at Soweto Fashion Week, which I absolutely loved. but by far this Spring/Summer collection inspired by elements of Art is my favourite.”Not only was it a part of this year’s plans but also because…

Qhama Maswana Art: The Kind Of Art That Speaks To Me

Artists in Africa have been documenting their work in the best way possible. I love what their art does to me when I look at it. They produce art that is easy to relate to us African children and they capture it in the best possible. I have seen so much beauty in the work…

The Mermaid Awakens Her Warrior

The Mermaid Awakens Her Warrior is a great underwater shoot conceptualized and directed by Fuaad Abdool in collaboration with amazing young African  women. From what I gathered the story line is that of love. the mermaid wonders deep into the ocean where she meets the warrior, motionless and she radiates her energy into him thus…

All Hail The Honey By Rendani X Kgomotso Neto

Creative graphic designer Rendani Nemakhavhani and photographer  Kgomotso Neto have been serving us some visual pleasures with a series called All Hail The Honey. I have absolutely enjoyed all the 3 chapters  and I cannot wait for more to follow. The series started off with the Honey (Rendani) in water and with a whip and…

O.M.O by Felipe Bedoya

Colombian artist Felipe Bedoya is super talent and I really love how his work is presented. I fell in love with one of the photos on instagram. I do not want to ruin the photos by saying to much. For more of the work of this amazing artist check out https://www.behance.net/gallery/30812975/OMO  

The Ndere Coupe Beautifully Captured At Ndere Cultural Centre in Uganda

On his recent trip to Uganda, American photographer Nadere Johnson captured dancers and performers at Ndere Cultural Centre. I absolutely love the way these dancers look in their traditional clothes and for some reason they have my heart singing songs I have never heard before yet they feel so right and so familiar. So in…

BOYZN BUCKS Racing Club Lookbook Video Coming Soon……

Boyzn Bucks a well-known South African group that has positively influenced Pop Culture will be dropping their Boyzn Bucks Racing Club LookBook video very soon. I am so excited to see what they have been up to, judging from the pictures they had a lot of fun. I wonder if they will have open days…

Date And Venue For Intwasa Fashion Show Announced

After successfully running the 1st Edition of Intwasa Fashion Show 2014, which featured a mixed bag of models from the professionals, public figures and plus size models, Intwasa Arts Festival in Collaboration with Hunnar Management Agency, presents the second edition of the fashion show on Saturday, 26 September 2015 during the Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo….

Press Release: Ecowas Fashion Week 2015

ECOWAS FASHION WEEK 2015 (SECOND EDITION) The Economic Community of West African States marks its 40th Anniversary with a fashion Week in Cotonou, Republic of Benin that is to take place from 28 August to 30 August 2015. Ecowas Fashion Week currently in its second edition is recording successes already on the building “fame board”. The…

Africa Reign: Ruramai Musekiwa

Ruramai  Musekiwa is  a creative activist who’s passionate about art life and effecting positive social change through creative mediums and campaigns. She is a graphic designer by trade, writer, visual artist and aspirant muso. “Rudo” as she is affectionately known strives to find the balance between an extremely philanthropic business model and a focused profitable value proposition. “Sibahle”which means…