I SEE A DIFFERENT YOU

A trio collective from Soweto, portraying South Africa as they see it.

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  1. Nobody knows the city like a taxi. To portray the largest City in South Africa, we followed a taxi driver as he explains the pros and cons of his city, Johannesburg.

    This was our entry for a Guinness film competition.

  2. noturtypebye said: I absolutely love everything about you guys! If you ever to come to San Diego, I will be here : ) xo fellow photographer

    Thank you so much!

    Will mos def let you know when we there :)

  3. your-heart-is-a-garden said: Your guys' work is superb! What an awesome representation of our Africa. God bless. Xx

    Tank you, and God bless you too.

  4. I See a Different You - The Journey

    On the eve of one of the most important weeks in our history, a time that would forever shape the voice of youth in South Africa as brave, creative and imaginative. Let us celebrate us celebrate the spirit of that voice. Today South Africa continues to be shaped by young creative minds.

  5. The Streets Of Braam // JHB
2014 The Streets Of Braam // JHB
2014
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    The Streets Of Braam // JHB

    2014

  6. The Opera House // Oslo The Opera House // Oslo
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    The Opera House // Oslo

  7. Day Two // Norway Day Two // Norway
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    Day Two // Norway

  8. Norway // Day one Norway // Day one
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    Norway // Day one

  9. sweetbadlife said: omg your blog is so wonderful <3

    Thank you so much Sweetbadlife, we hope you keep coming for more :)

    ISADY

  10. lovethroughthewindow said: Greetings brothers, we are LOVE THROUGH THE WINDOW. We really admire your work and we would really like to collaborate with you guys, how do we go about doing that?

    Hello Guys

    Thank you for the love. send us an email on iseeadifferentyou.tumblr.com to start a collaboration conversation

    ISADY

  11. Portraits Of Hope // Africa. Soweto, Kliptown

    2014

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  12. We introduce you to our brothers “Sartists” a duo, Wanda and Kabelo.

    As the season changes to winter we decided to tell their story through our photography.

    Their inspiration is taken from 1930’s Great Depression. The times of slavery and economic difficulties for most communities. Where denim, was the only clothing accessible for farmer workers.

    Sartists.blogspot.com

  13. We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.
Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.
Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa
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    We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.

    The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.

    Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.

    Kliptown, Soweto // 2014

    Africa

  14. We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa
    High Resolution

    We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.

    Kliptown, Soweto // 2014

    Africa

  15. We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.
Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.
The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.
Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.
Kliptown, Soweto // 2014
Africa
    High Resolution

    We as I See A Different You encompass ourselves with the rich history of South Africa through the cultures and documenting of our diverse nation. Our look was inspired by the Pantsula Era which originated in the townships of South Africa during the reign of the apartheid government.

    The Pantsula movement which comprised of a distinct style, dress and dance, developed into a form of social commentary and expression for black South Africans and has since undergone several transformations with the country’s change in political tides.

    Originally Pantsula’s wore matching outfits for performances which represented unity and self-identity amongst the young men in the group in a time of social division. We fell in love with the style and the culture which lead to us documenting ourselves as Pantsula’s of the Apartheid era during the 1950’s and 1960’s. We morphed the style in order to capture our individual expressions and personalities to match our story.

    Kliptown, Soweto // 2014

    Africa