THE TAXI DANCE, commissioned by Queens college (NYC) as part of its Year of South Africa, represents contemporary life in South Africa, the vivid colours and energy of its cities, its distinctive street signage, and the rhythm of urban life in a nation whose economic inequalities can be crippling. Like hip hop crew BoznBuck$’s famous taxi dance the painting emphasizes cautious hope for a better future in South Africa.
RVCA advocate, Wesley van Eeden, paints a mural at the new Zig Zag Magazine offices and tells us a Continue reading “Wesley van Eeden Zig Zag Mural”
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Local Durban artist Wesley van Eeden and a friend decided to do a fun paste up in honour of Madiba’s passing. They did it at the Durban beachfront skatepark instead of the location they originally intended after being physically attacked by some angry landlords.