South African Music. – I was just introduced to the recently released Makeba video by JAIN, a French singer-songwriter, which gives a really good creative look at beautiful Africa. The idea behind this project is a
Street Art. – Straight off Bored Panda by Lina D. – Elephant Street Art In South African Villages To Give People Hope – I wanted to share this delightful South African story. Love your work Falko.
Dylan Lewis is a South African artist who has emerged as one of the foremost figures in contemporary sculpture. Lewis’s work features in private collections throughout the UK, Continental Europe, United States and Australia, and
Ever wonder where the iconic bathroom figure comes from? That little guy that broke communication boundaries by distilling hundreds of translations into one visual message? I hadn’t, he’d simply always been a part of my
Reunion Island. – Street Art forms a great part of the Reunion Island culture and one of the festival offerings was live works being created as we watched. See more on the Reunion Island blog here.
Switzerland – Statue art and the fine details of Locarno and Ascona, Ticino.
Greenpop. Zambia. – I now know that we all have an artistic side to us. Although this is certainly something that took me years to realise about myself. In my mind, I collated art and creativity with the
Greenpop. Zambia. – This is my Africa. At Libala School in Livingstone, with one of the Colour Ikamva murals after a day of tree-planting with Greenpop. I realise how much of my beloved continent I still have to explore.
Greenpop. Zambia. – I loved the life size effigies for sale on the side of the main road in Livingstone. This one – ‘One Zambia. One Nation’ – in particular.
Johannesburg. – Urban Art. Graffiti. Colour. And light. As seen in Newtown. Always walk a city! More here.
Eastern Cape. #ShotLeft. – There was a taste of local when we stopped in at the Stormsriver Arts & Crafts centre for a look-see-shop.