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

Top 10 of 2012: Skullboy

 This year skullboy pushed it to the limit, organising monthly exhibitions at The Upstairs, getting his You & Me exhibition in the KZNSA and he even wrote a bit for us. He barely mentions any of this in his Top 10 of 2012.     2012 was across the board one hell of a year in my opinion. She was the best of times and the worst of times. Parts of me hopes sincerely that She’ll pass out in the alley next to the Winston and I’ll watch... Read More

That’s Just Like, Your Opinion: The Pain, The Power

The WorkingClass cats recently held an exhibition at The Upstairs of tattoo artist Nic Lewis’s work called The Pain, The Power. We hit it up and after a performance by STRAGE, a couple slices of pizza and some perusing of the work on display, we chatted to a couple of you about tattoos.   Tattoos, once a sign of rebellion and general bad-assery, are now seen on everybody from prisoners to doctors. Even that really nice girl that you didn’t... Read More

Locals Only

Working Class and Volcom teamed up to produce Locals Only, an art exhibit showcasing talents from the 011, 021 and 031. Luke Smith reviews the opening night of the Durban exhibit. There was something about an exhibition called “Locals Only”  put on by Working Class that just tugged at my Bluff origins. It conjured up youthful memories of  the storm pipe at Garvies, the tanned and sun bleached surfers at Ansteys (who both frightened... Read More