Posts tagged "South Africa"

one small seed#30: A Face to Face Interview with Paolo Nutini

Paolo Nutini has millions of views on YouTube and has played with the Rolling Stones, but doesn’t even know the password to his Twitter account. ‘It’s all about the music, man,’ he tells us. Get to know him better in our face-to-face interview:

Only in South Africa

As the title says. Only in SA, man! Just watch.

adidas Originals Superstar Launch: Inspiring Creative Courage

Global superstars – Rita Ora, David Beckham, Pharrell Williams and Damian Lillard – are at the centre of the adidas Originals Superstar Launch 2015. The provocative movement aims to reclaim the word and meaning of ‘superstar’. In 1969, when adidas first launched the Superstar shoe, the meaning of the word was clear-cut! In today’s world,...

We Hope You Bought it! Thumbs up Cassper Nyovest.

Cassper Nyovest, South African recording artist and producer, released the official music video for ‘I Hope You Bought it’ from his debut album Tsholofelo in December 2014. It has, so far, received 77,008 views on Youtube and 1,238 thumbs up! The video shows the process of airbrushing the Tsholofelo album cover, to show that: Although...

This video shows why people never leave Cape Town!

Thomas Roos’s video of Cape Town is a tribute to the Rainbow Nation and is only a representation of the country’s true beauty. For years, the intriguing beauty of Southern Africa has fascinated Roos and his twin brother Martijn, who assisted him during the making of the video. When it comes to epic trips and...


It’s been half a decade since he first poked his tongue at us… We’re still keeping the conversation rolling as we say: ‘Hos Ja, Parow!’. one small seed magazine / Issue 27 / Digital 02: “Big Brands and Famous Artists” Issue, in partnership with PUMA

Exclusive Video Interview with ex-gang member of the Pollsmoor 28s

For one small seed exclusive insider’s account, writer Paul White tells the story of an ex-gang member of the Pollsmoor 28s, part of the infamous South African Number Gangs feared around the world. His name is Joburg

#YourINK – Part I: Win a Professional Photo Shoot & Levi’s Gear

Would you like to see yourself and your tattoos in a future issue of Cult of Self Magazine?

Oliver Barnett: Behind The Scenes

Featured in the first digital issue of one small seed magazine — ‘The Irony of Reality’ Issue — Cape Town-based photographic artist Oliver Barnett’s aim is to ‘unite scientific and spiritual realms to invoke balance in the way humans interact with nature.’

Jonny Joburg Is off to Light up LA

Meet Jonny Joburg: a name that pays tribute to a city that is captivating the world with a fresh creative explosion from some brazen and ambitious individuals. Known in the early ’90s simply as Luthando, Jonny is the force and face behind his label Renaissance Rock Recordings, former member of the band SPAZA$HOP BOYZ and...

Guitar Legend Dan Patlansky On His New Blues Record

Genius guitarist, acclaimed singer/songwriter and globally respected purveyor of the blues — that’s Dan Patlansky. He has opened for the legendary Bruce Springsteen, toured Europe with rapper/blues artist Everlast and now he’s off to tour his native environment with his new release Dear Silence Thieves (see below for tour dates!). Before starting his ‘Southern African...

Desert Memories: Afrika Burn in Pictures

Who’s going to Afrika Burn this year? And who’s missing out on the fun? Either way, we thought we’d show you a mag we compiled in 2012 to set the mood for your trip up to Tankwa or — if your budget doesn’t allow it this year — to soothe your festival FOMO with some...

Rotimi Fani-Kayode’s Transsexual African Priests

Nigerian-born photographer Rotimi Fani-Kayode was a groundbreaking figure of the 1980s whose work is permanently exhibited at museums in London, New York, Helsinki and Sydney. It has, however, taken 25 years for the first gallery in Africa to showcase his thought-provoking work and, sadly, Fani-Kayode — who died in 1989 at the age of 34...