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Highly Exposed: John Crawford

Highly Exposed: John Crawford

As a Kiwi, John Crawford has been hailed as one of his homelands finest photographers. His simple, yet highly interesting, work has seen him take a fresh edge on what ceases to exist in the aerial photography realm. Crawford, being drawn to the birds-eye view is clearly fascinated on looking down in vertical perspective. His...
Jess Cross | Vinyl DIGZ

Jess Cross | Vinyl DIGZ

one small seed followed California-born Jess Cross around Cape Town and discovered her innate passion for music, art and records. Jess talks of music being a form of art, and art being the most beautiful way to bring people together. After studying Critical Theory Social Justice at Occidental College Jess had the realization that is...
Supreme X Daniel Johnston

Supreme X Daniel Johnston

NYC counterculture store, Supreme, has paired up with the likes of multi-talented artist and singer/songwriter Daniel Johnston to produce a T-shirt collection featuring Johnston’s iconic illustrations.
Freeworld Design Centre's "Street Style" exhibition

Freeworld Design Centre’s “Street Style” exhibition

The Freeworld Design Centre will be opening their latest exhibition, Street Style. Running from 26 June until 10 August, the exhibition was inspired by Ed Suter’s new book Sharp Sharp, which will be launched at the same time as the exhibition, and features design pods by well-known local creatives Ed Suter and Quivertree, Asanda Sizani...
WATCH: one small seed magazine's issue 25 preview

WATCH: one small seed magazine’s issue 25 preview

one small seed magazine issue 25 – “The Bigger Picture” – out now! Check out our content preview and keep posted to onesmallseed.com for full interviews, videos and much more coming this week… Length 02:18 one small seed’s 25th issue Content Preview from one small seed on Vimeo.
INTERVIEW WITH AKOSUA AFRIYIE-KUMI

INTERVIEW WITH AKOSUA AFRIYIE-KUMI

Six years ago, Akosua Afriyie-Kumi, traded her life in Ghana for the pursuit of fashion in London. This “fashion super woman” has always had an affinity for drawing, which inspired her to harness her skills at Oxford Brookes University. Through her foundation degree, her love for fashion grew and she majored in it before completing...
Puma goes One Love for 2012 Olympic Wear

Puma goes One Love for 2012 Olympic Wear

The Jamaica Olympic Association and PUMA have launched the Jamaican Team uniforms for the London 2012 Olympic Games™, including podium and ceremony wear with the help of Jamaican Track Athlete and World’s Fastest man Usain Bolt. Fashion designer Cedella Marley, daughter of Reggae icon the late Bob Marley, unveiled her designs alongside Usain Bolt at...
Roger Ballen

Roger Ballen

“Photography is an art and a science,” says photographer, Roger Ballen. The author of ten books and director of Die Antwoord music video, I Fink U Freeky, which has 7,254,445 Youtube hits to date, cannot believe his success. “It is very surreal, I can’t believe our video has millions of hits already,” says Ballen.The production...
Talking to 'The Godfather of Harajuku'

Talking to ‘The Godfather of Harajuku’

Harajuku style is said to have its origin rooted in the streets near the Harajuku Station in Shibuya, Japan. The youth would be seen sporting a variety of constantly-changing styles including gothic Lolita, visual kei and decora. With Harajuku, there are no rules and, no, it did not begin with Gwen Stefani.
CTEMF: This is not a review

CTEMF: This is not a review

The first of its kind, the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival (CTEMF) took place from Friday 30 March to Sunday 1 April and hosted some of SA’s leading electronic acts. We bring you a 4-minute video of the festival, featuring live footage and interviews as well as a post-festival catch-up with some of the artists...
Maximum Rad: Some Gnarly Shit

Maximum Rad: Some Gnarly Shit

Skateboarding is more than a sport itself; it is a sub-culture marked by music, fashion and a strong sense of community. It is a lifestyle, shared. Well, at least it used to be…
Skating the streets of New York, 1960

Skating the streets of New York, 1960

Photojournalist Bill Eppridge has shown the world a lot through his lens. He has covered wars, heroin addiction, political campaigns, the summer and the winter Olympics, the arrival of the Beatles in the United States and even the assassination of senator Robert Kennedy. Right now the spotlight is on old school images taken in New...
Copenhagen paints itself Red

Copenhagen paints itself Red

Superkilen, a multicultural section of Copenhagen in the northwest part of the city has recently finished its new Red Square; a park and playground that is actually painted in various tones of red. To reflect the many cultures in the community, the park is furnished with elements such as benches, trees, signage, and other furnishings...
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