Some BTS from Food Booze and TattoosRead More
I've been on a little journey towards self-improvement, I've alway been extremely averse to some fool telling me how to live my life. Like WHO THE FUCK are you in those bad shoes telling me how to be a better me? I have been searching (lightly) for a new leader... and I'm pretty sure I found the dude I want to listen to.Read More
Me, Starbucks, Bacardi and my boys made a thing ...Read More
Dean wears it for me and for all of us.Read More
TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE PRACTITIONERS IN THIS ARTICLE:
Kevin Aaron at 084 880 8030 - Chiropractor - Cape Town (Seapoint) and Johannesburg (Parkmore)
Nicholas Grobbelaar at 083 673 7972 - Biokinetics - Johannesburg (Parkmore) email@example.com
SIXTY ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED KILOMETERS IN THE WATER!!
UUURGH that’s madness.
That’s 44 (43.7) times I swam to Cape Town from Johannesburg.
That’s 5 swimming trips to New York City!
1.5 times around the world
2.5 million laps
9 Nile River swims
Brutalism, Concrete, Sci-Fi Dystopia, High Contrast, Fantastic Realism... all of these words can be used to describe Khojastehpay's work. Despite those dark evocations, I also find release in these images. A final realisation of "where I am", a content resignation. Almost as if he's released us from the fear of the Apocalypse and welcomes us into it.Read More
This is the first of many tattoo features I'll be doing. Wes is one of the many young talents Johannnesburg and South Africa have to offer. Wes is based at Handstyle Tattoos. Home to Ross Hallam, Paul Collocott and of course Wes.
I would recommend any of the artists at Handstyle. They're great quality, good service and sometimes Lighthouse Family plays in the radio, but dont let that stop you.Read More
Blood, Sweat and SynthsRead More
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I'm giving the language of Textspeak some thought, what do all think?
Forget traffic! Podcast Addicts Unite! Let me know all you favourite Pods in the comments section. I NEED MOOOORERead More
As Muka-Muka launch l’Anticher, head Dwayne Kapula and I got to grips with what they are up to, as well as bringing “Bleu de Chine” to South AfricaRead More
Artisanal Rums and Gins for the discerning and the thirsty.Read More
SHEER SHIRTS: In the medieval times, men wore flouncy blouses, high heels, skirts etc. It was only as fashion and religion and consequently people became more prudish that our wardrobes more restrained.
Not that that’s a terrible thing; much of men’s more simple fashions have made designers more creative, and detailing has become such an art.... howeverRead More
I’m tasting “The Pogues Official Irish Whiskey of the Legendary Band.”
Irish is not my Whiskey of choice, I don’t even like spelling it that way. It makes me feel American and thusly, wrong.Read More
TIGHTS: Now this is hardly new, but I do notice that men in South Africa have been taking their time in embracing them. I am not surprised, but I do hope that you guys reading this will maybe consider this item as a part of your wardrobe.Read More
One of the things you might notice when doing nails, hair or anything else historically female, is that these things are hard. We have made women primp, pluck, paint, polish, perfect themselves for the male gaze. Its stupid and something that will not go away without some awareness. So if thats the only thing you learn from attempting to paint your nails, or do your hair more than a comb over, thats good enough for meRead More
HAIR is one of the easiest elements to play with. There are a lot of ladies styles which we can talk about, but today I’ll be focusing on the man bun.Read More
I am happily noticing the growing numbers of brave men, who are turning to what were previously specifically female items or trends. I investigate some of these trends over the next few days…Read More
Atlanta based musician-artist Slug Christ allows us access to his weirdcore mind in this expressive interview. Conscious Trap and Hip-Hop at its grimy depths.Read More