Gerhard Human has got to be one of my favorite illustrators ever. Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, his very unique and detailed linework takes on an effortless, rounded, highly-stylized life of it’s own. Beautiful angles and unusual points of view, minimal color usage, and edgy subject-matter all add to the intrigue. He includes a […]
Translocation, a book by multi-award winning photographer George Logan, is a collection of wonderful pictures. This work seems to have a funny appearance but the real meaning of this project is to let people know how important it is to eliminate suffering and preserve wildlife in its free and wild state. To complete Translocation, Logan had […]
The Afar depression in East Africa is a geologically tumultuous region. On the surface, it looks frozen. Below the surface, magma is having a ball of a time fueling not one, but 12 active volcanoes. And let’s not forget about the geysers, the cauldrons, and even an entire boiling lake of lava. The Afar depression’s […]
African label, Lalesso, doesn’t follow fashion trends, they follow the summer. Their collections are designed for the free-spirited nomadic travellers of our world who seek out warm weather in far away lands. Traditional tribal accessories compliment a kaleidoscope of colour across a collection created for the hottest globetrotting destinations. Flowing split-skirts, loose mini-dresses, breezy playsuits and billowy maxi-dresses in soft, breathable silks and cottons are all waiting for your next adventure. Whether it’s the far ends of the earth or your own backyard, summer has never been so global.
While Victoria Falls is not the tallest waterfall in the world, the sheer volume of water that flows through it, makes it the Largest! But, don’t get me wrong, it’s still pretty tall; with a 360ft drop, where the Zambezi river rushes over the edge. On that very edge is the Devi’s Pool. During Africa’s dry summer season (September to January), adventure tourists can swim right up to the edge of the fall in relative safety, for a breathtaking view.
MissYucki is an organically evolving character based narrative conceived by Alba Poretti and Kathleen Cameron. The MissYucki project has taken its core inspiration from experiences based on the magic and mayhem of Johannesburg, South Africa, and tells stories ripe with local symbolism.
Remember that grating sound that practically deafened us all during World Cup? How could we forget. Well, if you’re wondering what to do with your Vuvuzela now that the World Cup is over, WoZela has the answer: simply come up with a beneficial recycling idea, draw it, make it, film it or depict it in any other way and then submit it to their blog.
You too can start sentences, ‘I had a farm in Africa …’ Zenkaya, an innovative architecture firm based in Johannesburg, is bringing modern design and the ease of pre-fab construction to South Africa. French architect Eric Bigot claims that his company’s studio, one and two bedroom models can go from the factory to the building […]