We all have our own story and our own distinctive way of expressing this to the public eye. Cape Town lends it’s gorgeous backdrop to your personal story for 2014.
The Vintage Experience have created an incredible event for all the vintage fashion lovers out there. Everything vintage, retro and thrift… and 2oceansvibe is giving away 2 tickets!
Will you ever be able to know all the local brew’s in and around Cape Town? Imagine SAB, would design their beers as craft beers, now wouldn’t that be a beautiful site…It is, check them out.
Inspired by European Gothic Architecture, this school looks almost exactly like Hogwarts, the school from Harry Potter…
How about sitting perched at the top-most point of the tallest residential building in the COUNTRY for a pretty lengthy period of time, whilst you fiddle around trying to take the perfect ‘selfie’? Not so easy.
Nymphomania, for those of you who do not know, does not specifically refer to the insane and uncontrollable desire for sex. It’s quite gender-specific actually. In the late 19th century, Nymphomania was a mental-illness diagnosed to woman who had what would by todays standards just be a regular sexual appetite. So what would happen is [...]
What we have here is your standard mind-blowing, face-melting, earth-moving prismacolor colour pencil drawing of LeBron James. Did we mention it’ll blow your mind? It’ll blow your mind. Check some of artist Heather Rooney’s other work below. [Source : Mashable]
Wowaweewa! Would you just look at that! Golly! Gosh! Remember when Andy Warhol painted Debbie Harry on an Amiga at the Commodore Amiga product launch press conference in 1985? That wasn’t the only artwork he produced on a PC, but it was assumed that the images were lost, until now.
Mark Zuckerberg took 20 artists between three and four months to create. At least, that’s the case for the plastic version. The dev time for the actual version in operation was a little longer. Anyway, enough of the jokes. A wax replica of Mark Zukerberg made its debut in the San Francisco branch of Madam Tussauds yesterday.
Pei-Shen Qian is a Chinese artist accused of being part of a R349 million art swindle, and is still at large. On Monday a US court document listed the methods Qian’s network is alleged to have used to fool collectors and experts. The New York Times is calling it a “forgers manual.”
For the purpose of simply putting a smile on your collective dials, we thought we would show you what drunk elephants look like. Recently at the Singita Kruger National Park, a group of young elephants were seen stumbling and collapsing amongst each other in a seemingly drunken stupor. Apparently, when the fermented fruit of the [...]
One of the world’s most renowned authors, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, died of pneumonia at the age of 87 this weekend. The man was a Nobel Prize winner, a friend of statesmen, and a pioneer of magical realism in literature. Get up to speed with the man, and his impact, below.
The National Arts Festival in partnership with the city of Cape Town, announced that a new performing arts festival will be launched in Cape Town and surrounding areas later this year. Cape Town will get its very own Fringe Festival.
For a long time the grain silos at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town have been standing abandoned, home only to rats, pigeons and seagulls. But no longer. A R500 million redevelopment project will transform the disheveled building into a modern art museum.
People are thinking of very creative ways to use aerial drones, ranging from aerial photography to delivery drones. The famous graffiti artist, Katsu is known for his innovation in the art form. His latest creation is a graffiti drone – check it out in action.
Microsoft has recently shelved its famous operating system, Windows XP. Let’s take a trip down memory lane: here’s the story behind XP’s iconic default background, “Bliss.”
Nicolas Cage, the actor the internet loves to hate, has been the butt of many a joke, but somehow it has led us to this – the Nicolas Cage Art Party – an art exhibition solely dedicated to and inspired by Nic Cage. You need to see these masterpieces.
George W. Bush will be remembered for his controversial decisions during his tenure as President of the US, but thanks to hackers we will remember him for his nude self portraits. Please enjoy the elderly statesman’s attempt at nude art.
A while ago, artist Clayton Pettet claimed he would lose his virginity on stage under the guise of art. Well, the media took hold of his idea and his performance piece was highly anticipated. What happened? A sex stunt… And loads of bananas.
When someone rips out a smartphone to take a picture, it’s kinda obvious. No private eye, sneaky paparazzi or sly photographer can snap a pic of their target, without a smartphone sized bullseye spooking their prey. This new light-bending iPhone 5 cover, COVR Photo, solves this tricky conundrum.
We lost interest in coloured pencils the moment we got out of kindergarten. But this 19-year-old kid is bringing them back, showing their artistic potential in these hyperrealistic drawings. Take a look at Jose Vergara’s incredibly detailed works of art.
This artwork takes a new spin on not remembering where you parked your car. Even if you remembered where it was parked, you might not be able to spot it. Check out how Sara Watson used paint to create an almost invisible car.
Participants in the Norwegian military’s annual Cold Response exercise have been encouraged by their senior officers to take snapshots of themselves during their day-to-day activities. So naturally one jerk had to top everyone by nailing a selfie while piloting an F-16.
Check out the winning photographs of the Open and Youth categories of the 2014 Sony’s World Photography Awards. This year Sony’s World Photography Awards had to select the winners from 70,000 entries from around the world. These are some of the best amateur photographs you’re likely to see.
Throughout history, creatively inclined people have had to sometimes rely on a rich benefactor for financial backing, while their ideas are still in the teething phase. “Ideas Island” is project by Fredrik Härén which allows creatives to stay on one of three private islands for free.
We’ve all become familiar with the Holi Festival recently as the experience has been brought to South African Shores with our own Holi One Festival in Cape Town and Jozi. For those of you who haven’t yet had the chance to run around like a hooligan with a bunch of happy hippies throwing colourful powder [...]