Alessandro Iovino’s absorbing lens on the world
The Cape Town-based photographer discusses his recent project shot inside a youth development centre.
Photographing unconditional brotherhood on the fringes of Cape Town
Nick van Tiem documents the Broke Boys, a young collective of five South African hustlers who are pursuing their dreams in fashion and music.
This Cape Town artist makes tapestries that feel like fever dreams
Michaela Younge uses absurdity to paint a portrait of the humour and violence she sees in South African society.
this is how cape town does streetwear
"We were forced to create our own things or put our own spin on things that we loved from subcultures that we really resonated with."
meet the key players in cape town’s hip-hop scene
South African photographer Imraan Christian turns his lens on local musicians.
Russell Dean Stone
'the foxy five' is a radical web series about intersectional feminism
Filmmaker Jabu Nadia Newman is challenging black female stereotypes, with a 70s twist.
this is cape town, straight up
We meet six creatives as they elaborate on what it's like growing up in South Africa.
the south african modeling agency responding to the real world with a non-binary board
"There's nothing groundbreaking about a campaign starring a female model who's a little androgynous or an editorial with a straight guy wearing a skirt. Book a real genderqueer person. Use what's real."
k-$: music to…paati to
When the DJ says “let’s patti” she’s not only talking about getting loose, but also referencing how her music intersects with her South African heritage.
ones to watch
ones to watch cape town: part two
In the second part of our series on Cape Town’s bright young things, we meet more creatives defining the city’s sound, style and vibe.
ones to watch
ones to watch cape town: part one
In 2016 Cape Town is proving to be one of the most exciting arts and culture destinations on the planet. Driven by a new wave making their own mark and catching global attention, they’re exploring what it means to be young in Africa today. i-D caught...
john wizards make magic music
Cape Town saw the start of a magical story back in 2010, when Emmanuel Nzarambra first met John Withers. A Rwandan refugee, Emmanuel was washing cars outside a coffee shop while John produced TV and radio jingles in the studio across the road. The duo...