We’re Having An Exhibition of Art ‘n Shit

  Never scared to put our cocks on the line, our rag-tag team of contributors have been working tirelessly to put together an art exhibition for you, our adoring public, this Thursday at The Upstairs. We’ve teamed up with the cool cats at WorkingClass to bring you some Art ‘n Shit. The cocks lining up for the chop belong to Stathi Kougianos, Luke Smith, Russell Grant, Alastair Laird, Grant Payne, Gareth Bargate, Kevin Goss-Ross,... Read More

Humans of Durban

This month HOD headed down to South Beach where they were given Hare Krishna pamphlets by a Jewish Muslim, talked up at the local bar, and confused the crap out of the Tafta residents. Enjoy.   “I live at Tafta. Are you Paula from Tafta? You look like Paula. Go take someone else’s picture.” “My family is in Malawi. I send them money every month. Hopefully I will visit them in January” “I get my inspiration... Read More

Humans of Durban

It’s the third installment of the increasingly popular Humans Of Durban and this time the shutterbug takes an afternoon walk around town. Meet some matric pupils, a Tanzanian with awesome fashion sense, a witness for Jehovah and more interesting Durban humans below. I am a witness for Jehovah I am from Tanzania, when you there – people will be fishing, be swimming, you will see that big mountain – Kilimanjaro So far, exams are... Read More

Humans Of Durban

This month’s Humans Of Durban pays a visit to a place familiar to the thrifty and those looking for unexpected treasures, The Car Boot Market.  Meet an economist, a mother who put her two daughters through school by selling at the market, a flashy dresser, a cute kid and a few more Durban humans. “I’m economist, and let me tell you we need to feed people. We need to bring back community gardens. People are addicted to grocery stores.” “We’ve... Read More

Humans Of Durban

Durban is known for its beaches so what better way to kick off our very first Humans Of Durban feature than by hitting the beachfront promenade and capturing the humans that frequent it. "Each sculpture takes about 5 hours. I rebuilt this one this morning after the rain." "Now that summer is coming, it means good business for me." "I love the things she calls me." "I love his face." "What weird stuff... Read More

Humans Of Durban

Humans of Durban is a photographic census of sorts of the people of Durban, based on the original Humans of New York project. We’re going to be running a monthly feature showcasing our favourite shots so we decided to get some background info on the project and to give you a taste of what you’ll be seeing.   DIY: For those who aren’t in the know, what is the idea behind Humans of Durban? Can you give us a brief summary on how... Read More