Tag: Street Art
#Photoessay | Breeze Yoko’s Boniswa Goes To Town
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 no surprise that the CBD is experiencing relative calm while Woodstock, where multi-disciplinary artist Breeze Yoko (TaKasi)’s been painting for the past two days, looks like a high-paced rave,…
#Photoessay | Falko In Mamelodi
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 a particularly bad encounter in Dakar.
#Videografi | We Made A Thing With Author Phumlani Pikoli
“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.
#Fotografi | Work Featured On Artist Fuzzy Slipperz’ New Website
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, selectah and majivane. I met Fuzzy in rap circles circa 2008, and we’ve been kickin’ it since.
Graffiti Artist Wane’s City Of Gold
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 about his life-long passion for gaseous fumes, and about why innercity Jozi’s similar to the New York of old.