In Johannesburg’s leafy Forest Town, a great example of the African Modernist aesthetic of Portuguese architect Pancho Guedes has been lovingly preserved.
For her innovative, attention-grabbing Feathered Fabrics project, Pascale Theron used ostrich feathers to make a yarn that is then handwoven into cloth.
The artist's work is being exhibited at SMAC Gallery in Cape Town.
In today’s competitive culinary space, innovation has become a necessity – and for inspirational chef Vusumuzi Ndlovu, the future of food is in DIY.
We asked Something Good Studio, an initiative that supports women in the arts and crafts industries, to create a special-edition graphic blanket for HL.
Technology and art intersect in the work of Nolan Oswald Dennis, a multidisciplinary artist who explores the ‘black consciousness of space’.
House and Leisure speaks with Sir David Adjaye about his design for the Hugh Masekela Memorial Pavilion
When winemakers break away from notable estates to pursue a side project, the result is a testament to creativity. And the labels are as good looking as the wines.
Works by young South African jeweller Philisa Zibi have already been featured on major platforms around the world, including International Jewellery London.
An interior and furniture designer breathed new life into this historically significant Modernist landmark in the Cape Town suburb of Claremont.
Far from tacky or tongue-in-cheek, the intricate creations of SA artist Gina Waldman unveil a new side to kitsch, imbued with soul and heart and protest.
Multitalented young Cape Town creative Stacey Knipe is behind the unique illustrated portraits of all nine of our 2019 Next Level talents.