The internet can be a pretty wonderful place. The friendships I’ve made through apps like Instagram and right here on WordPress, are proof of that. Continue reading “Exploring the world of blogging & green living, with Miah Ké-Leigh”
I remember first discovering Nicole Honeywill’s page on Instagram and being completely floored by how beautiful, and how well curated her page was. I was even more surprised when I found out that she wasn’t even an influencer from somewhere far away like the UK or the USA, but a South African girl living right here in the Eastern Cape. Continue reading “Vulnerability & Visual Storytelling: A Conversation with Nicole Honeywill.”
From the runways of fashion shows, to the clothes that we keep tucked away in our closets and use to represent ourselves, fashion plays an undeniably significant role in our everyday lives. Wielding this power are the designers behind the clothes, who work tirelessly to ensure that their ideas become tangible garments. What goes beyond thread and fabric is an art form that has the power to alter perceptions of the world around us, and even blur the lines between fiction and reality. Continue reading “When fashion meets fantasy.”
It’s quite easy to fall into the trap of believing that you’ll only pursue a certain career or passion once you’ve reached a particular age, when reality is, if you don’t start now, you quite possibly never will.
At only 17 years old, Celso Fabbri is already making a name for himself on the PE social scene DJing events and sharing his music producing skills. Armed with the special ability to get a crowd in the mood to groove, Celso is definitely one to watch.
Read on to find out more about how Celso’s music-making journey began, how he manages to juggle making music while still being a matric-year high school student, what he likes the most and the least about our city Port Elizabeth, and what his dream collaboration would be… Continue reading “For the love of good vibes and good music: Celso Fabbri”
It’s not very often that you meet someone so exceptionally talented yet still so kind and humble, and down to earth.
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Luke Rudman, an 18 year old artist completing his matric (final year) at Grey High School. Scrolling through his Instagram page @Pseudellusion, it’s hard not to be completely blown away by the elaborate body art pieces and headpieces he creates!
We sat down to talk about everything from Luke’s artwork, to his view on social media, challenges he’s faced as a young creator, the ups and downs of living in Port Elizabeth, the influence of his parents – mother, Sharon Rudman and late father Andre Rudman, who passed away when Luke was a one year old – on his love for art, and more
~ Continue reading “Pushing boundaries through body art with Luke Rudman.”