The wind is strong. It’s Cape Town, end-March. Still, the wind’s muscled-up; buff and tuff! It’s all relative though, as with everything else in the city. So it’s… Read more “#Photoessay | Breeze Yoko’s Boniswa Goes To Town”
I asked Falko how he came to paint elephants. He told me a story about how he used to paint chickens, and stopped doing so after having… Read more “#Photoessay | Falko In Mamelodi”
“I’m disappointed,” remarked someone while watching a video I’d asked them to watch earlier today. “Do you like it?” the person continued, catching me off-guard. I felt inadequate.
Lisolomzi Pikoli has many aliases, and Fuzzy Slipperz will do for the purposes of this write-up. He’s a beautiful human, a conscientious painter, and a wild rapper,… Read more “#Fotografi | Work Featured On Artist Fuzzy Slipperz’ New Website”
New York-based graf writer Wane was invited to paint during the City of Gold Festival in 2014. Writer and journalist Neo Maditla spoke to the legendary pressure controller… Read more “Graffiti Artist Wane’s City Of Gold”