In this edition of creators we love, we’re featuring Lumba Masule who is a youtuber and instagram content creator.
Born in Windhoek and raised in Otjiwarongo, Dj Castro is one of the biggest vibe curators and entertainers on the scene right now. Not only does he play music, he also makes music and his fans can’t seem to get enough of it.
Namibian “kulture” is on the rise. The art, culture and entertainment industry has creatives pulling out all the stops to help elevate and invite more creatives to do the same. From producers, to directors, musicians to writers, dancers to actors, the list goes on and on. MonoCulture aims to shine some light on various productions pertaining, involving or produced by Namibians for Namibians to enjoy on the online space. Check it out…
By Hilma. L. Inkono
A woman who wears so many hats, ought to walk around as if the ground she steps on was specifically catered for her. However, that was not the case with Lioness.
Beautiful lessons and visual stories
When you ask these questions, sometimes you find the answers and sometimes you learn beautiful lessons, well always we believe.
And this is just what happened to Paavo Shooya, a full-time creative entrepreneur for eight years as the Senior Photographer at AM Photography studio, one of the most sought-after in Namibia.
Young, spirited and multifaceted. Penehafo is a Namibian creative who is maneuvering her way through life while creating, growing and learning.
In our December cover story, Penehafo lets us in on her journey as a stylist as well as how she manages two very different careers.
Episode Two of the OshiSmoothie Relay features the amazing actress and radio personality, Sunet Van Wyk.
She came with a twist, instead of a regular smoothie she made a smoothie bowl. A very delicious looking smoothie bowl.
Getting paid what he deserves while looking like fire and having creative freedom is the ultimate gig for this Namibian-born power house.
An all-around creative with eight years of experience in the entertainment industry, Marchell Linus is a choreographer, dancer, journalist, producer, creative director and writer.
Part of our time on Instagram is spent stalking other people’s beautiful homes. One home in particular, The Penatu home. *several heart eyes
The neutral colour palette, the woven baskets, the organisation? We love to see it all. The best part about following The Penatu Home are the tips the owner, Pekeloye Kamenye, shares with her audience. Monochrome also found out that she has an online shop where you can purchase some of the items as seen in her home. How cool?
We caught up with Pekeloye to find out WHY we should add woven items to our homes too.
By Reginalda Nelumbu
Not only is photography art. Taking pictures allows us immortalise moments in time. It gives us the opportunity revisit experiences, people and memories.