The Cape of Good Hope on the south western tip of Africa is also known as the Cape of Storms, and bearing testament to this dangerous coastline are numerous shipwrecks.
More often than not you hear it first – a faint rumbling in the distance echoing throughout the gorge. You’ve heard the rumours from the locals, studied the contours on the maps and huddled around Google earth; but at this stage you really have little idea what it could be. All you know is that there’s something around the next bend… Something big.
In this country, especially in Johannesburg, if you wan to get from point A to point B, just stick out a finger, or make a certain hand gesture and a taxi will stop.
Imagine being transported to another dimension – one with an infinite amount of knowledge and possibilities, illustrated in an infinate array of colours, patterns, sounds and wavelengths, instantly understood in every possible way.
Brian Jones was the founder and undisputed leader of the Rolling Stones. He was also a drug-addled suicidal genius. As authorities re-examine the circumstances around his mysterious death in 1969, we look back at the life and legacy of rock’s original archetype.
The Reserve Protection Agency – they may be one of the best chances the rhino, and other endangered species, have to be saved from extinction.
North Korea’s border is the most difficult to penetrate in the world. Even the CIA has trouble crossing it. We figured out how: enter the North Korean amateur golf tournament. It’s tee time inside the axis of evil.
Our playmates went time traveling in this conceptual pinup shoot by Cape Town photographer Leah Hawker
Commune1 is proud to present the much anticipated first showing of Gordon Clark’s latest body of works, Turner Adams: The Outcome.
Grigori Perelman is one of the greatest mathematicians of our time, a Russian genius who solved the Poincaré conjecture, which plagued the brightest minds for a century. At the height of his fame, he refused a million-dollar award for his work. Then he disappeared. Our writer hunts him down on the streets of St. Petersburg.
Don’t be so quick to dismiss the idea of flying saucers. Astrophysicists think there’s a good chance we’re not alone.
An intriguing take on the feminine via conceptual art and social commentary by artists Carol Nathan Levin and Frederick Clarke.