Back to the City annual Hip Hop Festival is back for its 11th edition in Newtown, Johannesburg. This year, Caps & Cans and Loop spray paint have partnered up to bring a recharged version of the graffiti pillar battles…Keep reading →
Come join the celebration of an incredible legacy, in loving memory of Durban graffiti artist Delon 4GIVN Moody. “All he ever wanted was to make everyone happy, so let us celebrate his incredible legacy the way he would’ve wanted - full of paint!”
Friday, 7th April 2017 at The Winston Pub, Glenwood
Live graffiti by: WosOne, Taik, Stops, Mook Lion, Spook, Giffy, Hoser.
Tribute piece by Mook Lion, Winston Pub (2016).
Photo by @DurbanStreetArt - check them out on Instagram.
Skubalisto & Mr Fuzzy Slippers form the creative vehicle called ‘The Bridge’. The duo has been collaborating for a few years and have been invited by Grand Daddy Boutique Hotel to showcase some of their new works…Keep reading →
Jarrett Erasmus presents Renegotiating The Street, the first part of a proposed project to fulfill a MA in Fine Art at the University of the Witwatersrand…Keep reading →
Street artist and illustrator extraordinaire Lisolomzi Pikoli, a.k.a. Mr Fuzzy Slipperz, is set to launch his first monograph made possible by Olafur Eliason’s “Little Sun” grant via the Stevenson Gallery.
The ‘Man Like Mountain: Of Memory and Scar’ book will be launched with an exhibition as well as film screening…Keep reading →
NSFW: A Solo Exhibition by Dane Stops
7 November at 17:40 to 21 November at 16:00
Durban University of Technology Art Gallery
51 Steve Biko (formerly Mansfield) Road, Durban
The exhibition consists of work completed in partial fulfillment of a Master’s degree in Graphic Design. This body of work is an investigation into the artistic exploration of…Keep reading →
Internationally renowned street artist Falko returns home to Cape Town after embarking on a journey to share street art with the people of South Africa’s small towns, dorpies and settlements. The mission of this project, known as Once Upon A Town, was to uplift communities and change the locals’ perception of value and their surroundings…Keep reading →
In this intriguing episode of CNN’s Inside Africa report, the homogeneous link between modern day graffiti art and San rock paintings are explored…Keep reading →
For the third instalment of the Westdene Graffiti Project - a suburban make-over - we recap all the new walls painted in 2016, from January to June…Keep reading →
GRAFIKAMA (Service Peinture) is an artist residency currently taking place in Nantes, France and features South African street artists Nardstar*, r1. and Alphabet Zoo. The show forms part of a strew of exhibitions conceptualised by Pick Up Production and artist Kazy Usclef for the Voyage à Nantes cultural project. The residency aims to showcase “graphic creation around the world”…Keep reading →
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“I turn my attention to the…placards, banners, billboards, posters…which inform and direct us…All cities have been…full of public texts: all the signs of capital and commerce…indications of private property, and elements of systematic ordering and regulation…The public space of cities is constituted in important ways by these public texts…
The 6th edition of Art Rising, recognising the June 16th uprising…Keep reading →
Graffiti South Africa founder, Cale Waddacor, was asked to write an article for Between 10 & 5‘s Africa month in May, 2016. Waddacor took the opportunity to highlight some of his favourite moments in African graffiti and street art, most of which have previously been covered on this blog…Keep reading →
“Dystopia, a Fairytale of Grim Reality” is an upcoming exhibition by Paul Kneen (UK). This is his first solo show after making South Africa home for the past six years…Keep reading →