Mors is an initiative that upskills unemployed locals through the manufacturing of furniture and bags from tyre tubes collected at landfills.
We take a look at local designers pushing the boundaries by creating work that represents where South African design is heading.
We chat to Judy Bruwer of The Delicate Nature, the floral designer behind the table arrangements in our Art of Entertaining issue’s feature on table settings
As the quirky founder of her own ‘maverick milliner studio’, Crystal Birch hopes to make people feel special and encourage a sense of fun with her work
Swaady Martin the entrepreneur, writer and founder of Yswara’s tearoom in Johannesburg has created an environment that resonates with her truest self
Self-confessed Gypsetter and the founder of artisanal lifestyle brand The Storer, Lisa Storer finds inspiration in the honesty of working with artisans in far-flung places.
A Lagos-based designer and founder of Tǽillò home and lifestyle brand, Jumoke Dada strives to showcase the beauty of Nigerian culture through her work
We chat to paper collage artist, Catherine Holtzhausen, about her home studio space, illustration as a career path and using paper as medium of story telling.
The three talented ceramicists of Siyabonga Ceramics continue to push the boundaries of creativity to make their mark.