After many many Whatsapp messages and trying orchestrate a meeting on South African soil, I managed to sit down with Breeze Yoko. A visual artist that has used his art as vehicle, not only as an expression but a way to travel.
Graffiti is always documented visually and very few times is it documented through audio. This is the aim with this podcast at times. In this episode, I have a chat with Nard Star.
This is the first solo episode and instead of interviewing someone, I reached out on Instagram to people to ask me questions. This is what I had to say and also shed some light on the short break that I have been taking.
This week I sat down with the couple that started Restock, which is an event that bridges the gap, between local brands and the consumer. Ashraf and Aimee chat about how they started this, out of a need for something that grows a community that is sustainable.
This episode I spoke to another good friend. He is Illustrator, graphic designer and vector dark lord Mpumelelo Bhengu. We chat about leaving an accounting degree to pursue his true passion.
For episode I spoke to Cheslin Pick, a designer, sneaker and music enthusiast. We speak about collecting sneakers, his obsession with music and how it all led to him starting a platform called 8 Below.