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Adriaan and Lola

This is a visual dialogue between two photographers. There is no specific theme or concept. The idea has been to intuitively string elements from their bodies of work into a single thread, with an abundance of possible interpretations.

Lola Paprocka is based in the United Kingdom and Adriaan Louw is based in South Africa.

Self-published and printed in Cape Town.


Matt Slater

Matt Slater is a Cape Town based photographer, whose work is involved primarily in traditional darkroom processes. This zine is a collection of some of his earlier work mixed with black and white 35mm and darkroom printing.

Self-published and printed in Cape Town


Tow Aways

Tow Aways is the first instalment of 3 featuring analog photography by 13 South African creatives. This was launched in collaboration with RVCA ANP South Africa.

Self-published and printed in Cape Town.


Tow Aways: Boys Edition

This male-focused issue is the second instalment of the Tow Aways zine trilogy. The issue features photographers Justin Poulter, Kent Andreasen and Thomas Pepler. Tow Aways is a showcase of analog photography by South African creatives.

Self-published and originally printed in Bangkok.



A photographic series shot on medium format by Cape Town photographer Rudi Geyser.

"This body of work speaks about the fragility of what it is to be a man; The Dance between the expectation of classic male bravado, and the liberated freedom of a post-modern masculinity."

Self-published and printed in Cape Town.


Backchat Boys – Volume 2

“The sequel contains six contributors with very different outlooks on life in Asia. With a passion for 35mm film, each photographer portrays another layer of the Asian world they have found themselves in.”

Artists featured are Gideon de Kock, Duran Levinson, Dustin Holmes, Jimi Tsang, Abdela Igmirien and Carl David Jones.

Cover by Dustin Holmes.

Self-published and printed in Hong Kong


Pigeon Plan

Developed by German skateboarder Louis Taubert, this initiative saw the collection of 100 skateboards across Europe which were then bought to South Africa. Taubert then travelled with a small team across the country with the boards to teach and introduce skateboarding in developing areas. All photography by Dewald Bruwer.

Self-published and printed in Germany