“Our intention is to highlight exceptional performances by South Africans that bring the country to a standstill, and to acknowledge the special moments where the hearts of the nation beat together,” he said.
“Creating a mural in honour of an artist I’ve known all my life, in a city that isn’t welcoming to many, feels unreal. It feels like an aligning moment many of us have when the universe co creates with us and is in agreement with our path,” he said.
Xola at night. Tribeca, New York
“To you NYC, I present Xola, (name of painting) a piece that is representative of a feminine energy force that is all encompassing, inclusive and awe-inspiring. Xola welcomes you to charge and open your divine feminine here amidst all that tries to stand against you. This is my form of resistance and protest – my expression,” he said on the social network.
Mahlangu recently touched the BMW 7 Series, decorating it with the beautiful Ndebele traditional drawings in the interior.