Art of November

Artwork By Jade Wilson – 17 years old I created these pieces to arouse euphoric feelings and emotions in a person and to communicate a sense of beauty from the feeling of November and of life it…

Collection by De La Salle Holy Cross College Students

Excogitation

By Joseph Aimanesi Title: Excogitation  Medium: Mixed media on FBB (Charcoal, Acrylic, Poster colour, Coloured pencils)  Style: Afro-Futurism  I don’t have all that it takes to face L.I.F.E., bu…

Odd Artist of the Month: Gabriela Houston

To my daughter by the riverside Don’t fret, baby, the rusalka won’t harm you She has her own problems now The river waters are too murky For her to see the autumn sun

Odd Artist of the Month: Awonke Kwinana

Anticipation through Six Ballpoint Artworks  Awonke Kwinana presents six abstract portraits depicting renditions of what effect anticipation can have on one’s visage. Siganeko – A Xhosa boy born …

Odd Artist of the Month: Eloosh

I have – specifically in the past year due to covid – shifted from one medium to the next, exploring a different way of being able to express my emotions and ideals. The anxiety created because of the…

Odd Artist of the Month: Hanul Lee

Twenty Stories High, Spinning with the Devil, Blind The day after New Year’s 2021, my new Master (BDSM) and I explored magic mushrooms in a cabin surrounded by nature. It was our first time mixing shr…

Odd Artist of the Month: Monde Mabaso

Monde Mabaso, also known as Mr HighArt, is a 28-year-old illustrator and has been in the art space for as long as he could remember. He started his career at the National School of the Arts from a ten…

Artist of the Month: Johara Hartley

My work has a broad range of subject matter, as I chop, change and adapt, both outwardly and inwardly.   As a young woman, I find my way in the art world by playfully and consciously creating space, r…

Odd Artist of the Month: Chané Isaacs

In 2011, I made the decision to study a BA degree in Communication Design, and from that point onward my life has been filled with countless moments of creating and simultaneously dismantling my own t…

Odd Artist of The Month: Nontokozo Dladla

Pleasure and Ontology: Nontokozo Dladla I am a self-taught abstract artist who grew up in Tembisa, a township in the east of Johannesburg where abstract art is a foreign concept to many, or rather, is…

Odd Artist of the Month: Puleng Mongale

Puleng Mongale was born in 1991 in Orlando East, Soweto. She matriculated in 2009 and went on to attain a General BA, majoring in English and Communication Science at the University of South Africa. I…

Odd Artist of the Month: Dembe Fiona Davhana

Biography of Dembe Fiona Davhana Dembe Fiona Davhana is a 23-year-old artist who was born in Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province. She lived in Venda for six years before moving to Johannesburg to stay with …

AFROFUTURISM DIALOGUE

By Bolelang John Leepile Afrofuturism is a popular term among black writers, artists, philosophers and cultural practitioners in the African Diaspora. Coined in the 1980s by black scholars through a s…

Endurance

By Heinrich Engelbrecht

19 Corvids

By Tucker Lieberman Tucker Lieberman is the author of Ten Past Noon: Focus and Fate at Forty. His photographs have recently appeared in a dozen journals including Barren, Crack the Spine, and L’Éphémè…

Quarantined

Illustrations By Camille Behrens

Artist of the Month: Arabang Raditapole

BIOGRAPHY Arabang Raditapole is best known for her colourful Abstract paintings, Spontaneous realism portraits and Pop art. She is an upcoming South African Contemporary artist who was born and raised…

Introducing: Zachary McGowan

Odd Art Pieces By Zachary McGowan Zachary McGowan is a 17 year old artist.

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Shuttered Reality

An Artistic Expression By Mongezi Ncombo Mongezi Ncombo’s body of work is an experimental illustration which examines the intersecting movement by the people during migration, tracing their simi…