Photographer Filipe Branquinho captures the daily working lives of the residents of Mozambique. Occupations presents the inhabitants of Maputo hard at work. The first idea was to photograph the urban working people…..
Contributor: Muse Origins Andrew Putter’s photographic series, Native Works, shows 21 South Africans in both their native, traditional dress, and their modern attire. These two images – traditional and modern,…..
This week hundreds of African creative delegates descend to Cape Town for the Arterial Network’s African Creative Economy Conference. The African Creative Economy Conference brings together some of the continent’s…..
Moshanyana (2013) is part of a three film sequence entitled Journey To The Centre of Capricorn directed by Rui Tenreiro, a Mozambican author, illustrator and art director. I felt in love with Moshanyana many times and for…..
Incredible ted talk that cannot be missed. From simple alphabets to secret symbolic languages, graphic designer Saki Mafundikwa celebrates the many forms of written communication across the continent of Africa……
Brand new project by South African graphic designer Aldo Puella. Puella is a digital and interactive designer who experiments with photography, digital sculpture, architecture, online media and motion graphics.
Photographer Pierre-Yves Babelon captures life along the railways of Madagascar. The railway line connecting Fianarantsoa to the East Coast was inaugurated in 1936. The records speak of eight million cubic…..
How does movement perform (or make) meaning? This question is asked by two highly innovative interactive digital artists, Tegan Bristow and Nathaniel Stern, in the exciting new exhibition, Meaning Motion,…..