Hyperrealistic art has undoubtedly taken the Nigerian art scene by storm and put it even more firmly on the global arena and in the media's eye.
Illustrator, Ilda Baof, blesses us with this beautiful illustration of Maasai Men from Kenya. We are so pleased to see that African traditions are inspiring artists
Ghanaian-American photographer, Prince Gyasi, shows his a unique perspective through his images. His iPhone photography gives off a local feel to his images, whether posed or
All women love their hair. But it's not just about beauty, it's about a statement of how women see themselves...whether in terms of culture or a
Zarita Zevallos is a Haitian photographer living in New York. Zevallos uses her work, presented as photo series and narratives, to bring to light different social
In this series, Illustrator Freddy Carrasco imagines black people living in the year 2248 and illustrates their portraits...all 100 of them! Fred's characters are so diverse,
Nicholle Kobi's illustrations are a joy to behold because they celebrate femininity, sisterhood, style, independence, and being black. We particularly love her images which depict the
We love Nigerian artist, Dennis Osadebe, because his work depicts afro-futurism done differently - in pop art form. His recurring space helmet speaks to a time
No one makes us appreciate digital art quiet like Jeff Manning! His works literally scream futurism and fantasy. He takes particular pleasure in exploring the beauty
Manzel Bowman is a genius! Your first reaction to his work is to go 'wow'. And then you spend a lot of time looking at the
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