Smith & Abrahams.

Between all the vintage stores, coffee shops and art galleries that are beginning to line Sir Lowry Road in Woodstock is a little corner of old-school rad that is Smith & Abrahams. I went to go talk business with the faces behind the names... View Article

GQ Style Diary: Anthony Bila

  I was recently contacted by GQ South Africa who’ve been running a style diary of various South African men. The commission from GQ South Africa was simple; take a photo of what you’re wearing on that day and tell us where you bought the items from. I’ve never really been one for stepping up from behind the camera but I reluctantly decided to do this. I had fun documenting my outfits for the next two weeks. View Article

The Sum Of Parts – Skullboy

Heading in a very new direction, A Sum Of Parts is a collection of works documenting this exploration through varying mediums from painting to sketches to sculpture and photography. Through the eclectic body of work skullboy addresses his past experiences, beliefs and style as each individual artwork contributes to explain the overall aesthetic and conceptual deviant that is skullboy.

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Cover Story.

I know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but nothing beats a great book that ALSO happens to be good looking. These covers caught my eye before I turned the first page and luckily, most of them have turned out to be beautiful both inside and outside... View Article

Houses of Oranjezicht.

Last year I moved out of home for the first time. I was lucky enough to land in the beautiful suburb of Oranjezicht - which is the perfect combination of the leafy suburb life i was used to and the cool towny life i was looking for. But one of my favourite parts of living in Oranjezicht is the beautiful homes that can be found on every block. I took a stroll around the neighbourhood and captured my favourite facades, gates and gables. View Article

South African Street Style x Winter

I photographed these photos last winter for The Cut Blog which is the fashion arm of New York magazine. On a cold winter's day, I walked the cold streets of Johannesburg and photographed some of the style around the Braamfontein area. View Article

Book of the week: Pheromone by Christopher Marley

Christopher Marley's graceful arrangements of jewel like arthropods and delicate butterflies transform the world of insects into stunning works of art. His keen eye for design combines with his entomological passion to produce mesmerizing kaleidoscopic bug mandalas and striking up-close-and-personal single insect portraits. These photographs present the insects in their natural state, none of the images are digitally enhanced. View Article

Campus Style // UCT

I love university campuses! I attended a relatively small advertising school, so big campuses always spark my imagination in a way that is untainted by actually ever having to sit in a lecture hall with thousands of other students.  So you can imagine my excitement when i found myself on UCT upper campus on OPEN DAY! Not only did i get to pretend to be a potential archaeology student while browsing the science hall, but I also got to spot some really great campus style. Check these kids out! View Article


Last night one of my favourite shops in the city turned 10 years old! I've always loved Journey for its whimsical collections, cute accessories and THE SHOES! Some of my most sentimental buys have come from the store and I was happy to be there to celebrate its birthday. Here are a few snaps of the pretty things in(and out)side the store. View Article

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