Remember your childhood friend Waldo of the Where’s Waldo series? Well, a new Instagram account called WallyFound is now brings the striped fella to your newsfeed. Pretty neat huh?
@southafrica brought together 200 cool kids to share in the beauty of our Mzanzi through photographic storytelling and it was awesome!
Matthew Willman, renowned South African photographer, shares with us some of his personal moments with Mr Nelson Mandela and how our nation’s hero encouraged him to live the legacy.
Johannesburg-based photographer, Lebohang Kganye, explores the trajectories of family memory and history by merging herself into old family photographs. Kganye’s project, Ke Lefa Laka, is currently showing at Tiwani Contemporary in London in a group show entitled ‘The View From Here’.
Eric Nathan has perfectly captured the natural beauty of South Africa’s starry skies in his winning image, ‘Star Trails Above Table Mountain’.
Moving images from Claudio Rasano show the fragility of life in South Africa through this series he took on a recent visit to the country.
Photo London opened last week in London and is the largest photography fair ever staged in London. With over 70 galleries from around the world exhibit the most exciting displaying hundreds of images from around the world, it is impossible not to be excited.
Photographer Yolandi Jacobsz is raising awareness of rape and the stigma of rape victims in South Africa with the new #RedMyLips campaign.
Sipho Mpongo explores what it means to be “born free” in South Africa in a series of captivating portraits. Experience his photographic exploration of the state of South Africa for yourself.
“Hopefully I can play a part in changing the misconceptions about North Korea by photographing its people in the most natural of ways”
Christopher Rimmer’s Amapondo series invites the viewer to reconsider the humble, gentle Pondo cattle by forging a new connection with them. These striking portraits possess a Zen like quality and will challenge your every preconception.
How does the UK compare to SA on Instagram? Take a look at these Insta shots and decide for yourself who is the fairest of them all.
The archetypal 21 ICONS project is now available as a prized collectable coffee table book ‒ ‘Together we are better’ ‒ an opus of powerful portraits of South African icons that chronicles their lives and legacies in a beautiful print offering that reflects our country, its tapestry and, above all, its people.
“Nelson Mandela’s legacy is the South African community. Every breath we take stands as a testament to his sacrifice. As we move forward, his contribution becomes an organism that lives and dies with the choices that we make as South Africans,” says Adrian Steirn, co-founder and director of 21 ICONS South Africa.
“As South Africans we need to challenge ourselves to find a sense of community while appreciating our diversity. We’re fortunate to have so many role models in this country whose lives can inspire this kind of change,” says Adrian Steirn, co-founder and director of 21 ICONS South Africa.
South Africa has a wealth of inspiration to draw from, thanks to the great men and women who call this fair nation home.
HOSA approached Babe, asking her to tell her story. She talks about the her most traumatic incident, and her outlook on life since
In her upcoming exhibition, artist and photographer Hemisha Bhana explores the rich history of the once Indian township of Actonville, situated in the east of Johannesburg.
Anyone familiar with the Humans of New York project will be thrilled to know there’s a satellite project in Mzansi. This is the first of a weekly installment by Humans of South Africa, bringing you the best of our local stories.
Award-winning photojournalist, writer and professional wildlife guide Neil Aldridge has been named the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
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